Ingo Schulze (born 15 December 1962) is a German writer born in Dresden in former East Germany. He studied classical philology at the University of Jena for five years, and, until German reunification, was an assistant director (dramatic arts advisor) at the State Theatre in Altenburg 45 km south of Leipzig for two years. After sleeping through the events of the night of 9 November 1989, Schulze started a newspaper with friends. He was encouraged to write. Schulze spent six months in St Petersburg which became the basis for his debut collection of short stories 33 Moments of Happiness (1995). He has been living in Berlin since the mid-1990s.
Schulze has won a number of awards for his novels and stories, which have been translated into twenty languages, among them into English by John E. Woods. In 2013 he was awarded the Bertolt-Brecht-Literaturpreis.
- 33 Augenblicke des Glücks, Berlin 1995 ("33 Moments of Happiness")
- Simple Storys, Berlin 1998 [German text under an English heading]
- Der Brief meiner Wirtin, Ludwigsburg 2000
- Von Nasen, Faxen und Ariadnefäden, Berlin 2000
- Mr. Neitherkorn und das Schicksal, Berlin 2001
- Würde ich nicht lesen, würde ich auch nicht schreiben, Lichtenfels 2002
- Neue Leben, Berlin 2005
- Handy. Dreizehn Storys in alter Manier, Berlin 2007
- Adam und Evelyn, Berlin 2008.
- "One More Story" 2010
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