Johannes Gunst, born in 1984, co-founded the investigative desk at the magazine stern in 2010. In the following years, he specialized on security issues. He majored in communication sciences and already got on the short list of the Henri Nannen Preis twice: In 2010, with a piece about the Iranian nuclear program, and in 2013, with a investigative piece on the document destruction at the German Federal Intelligence Service (Bundesnachrichtendeinst) after the uncovering of the National Socialist Underground (NSU). While working as a journalist, Johannes Gunst was intensely dealing with the question how the internal information management might be optimised within the stern desk.

 

 der dschihadist s

 

 

 

Michael Gielen was born in Dresden in 1927 as the son of the actress Rose Steuermann and Joseph Gielen, later director of the Burgtheater in Vienna. The Nazi takeover forced the family into emigration, first to Vienna, later to Argentina.
As répétiteur at the Teatro Colón, Gielen met the great conductors of the time.
Not until 1950 did he return to Vienna to work as conductor at the Staatsoper, together with Clemens Krauss, Herbert von Karajan and Karl Böhm. The most important chapter in his career was Frankfurt am Main, where the cooperation with Ruth Berghaus, Hans Neuenfels, Jürgen Flimm, Harry Kupfer and Volker Schlöndorff, known as the »era Gielen« (1977–88).
In 1986 Gielen was awarded the Theodor-W.-Adorno-Preis of the city of Frankfurt on the Main. In 2006 he received the Musikpreis of the city of Duisburg, in 2007 he has been honored with the Faust-Theaterpreis for his oeuvre and in 2010 he received the Siemens-Musikpreis. In 2005 he published his memoirs Unbedingt Musik.
Michael Gielen died in his house in Mondsee, Austria on 8 March 2019.

 

unbedingt musik

 

Cem Gülay was born in 1970 as a son of Turkish immigrants in Hamburg. He made his high-school diploma in 1991 and wanted to study at the university, but then decided to make his career as a gangster instead. The desire for recognition through fast money was decisive here. 2001 Gülay succeeded in what so many fail in: he bailed out.
From that time on, he dedicated himself to the integration of teenagers with migration background, to spare the youngsters what he had to go through. The book about his story is the first step in that direction. After several stays abroad, Cem Gülay lives in Berlin again.

 

Sunny war gestern-s

kein doener land-s

tuerken-sam-s

 

He who, like him, grows up among Hanseatic people, has three possibilities to escape from the typical lethargy of a coast metropolis: Advertising. Writing. Or going to sea. After an education in advertising and three years of agency work it was clear to him: Neither advertising, no, nor going to sea was meant for him, but journalism.
After a traineeship at the publishing group Milchstraße and studies at Akademie für Publizistik in Hamburg, Tim Gutke wrote interviews, reports and portraits for the Playboy. Since November 2009 Tim Gutke is a freelance journalist with focus on interviews and reports. He is chief of copywriting at the international men's magazine L'Officiel Hommes and develops magazine concepts for the media concern Gruner und Jahr. Tim Gutke lives in Munich.

 

Milliarden-Mike: Ich hab sie alle abgezockt

 

Katrin Grunwald about herself: »I am almost 70 (39 by now), got into the intensive care business on detours and never made it out of a northern German small town. Along the way, I do read everything I get my hands on, love every kind of music and try to do sports regularly, but progressively part from the illusion to get a six-pack. I personally think that is a pity. Then again, I am not very disciplined. I am not very patient either, can't stand smartasses and basically am ungifted in technical matters. In return, I am a swell cook, a good white liar and fan of St. Pauli.«
 
Note from the agency: Katrin Grunwald was born in 1969 in Bremen and works as a specialty nurse for anesthesia and intensive care in a intensive care unit in Northern Germany.

 

Schwester! Vom Leben mit der Intensivstation

 

Jaimy Gordon was born in Baltimore, studied at Antioch College and at Brown University and now teaches creative writing at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. She was awarded numerous prizes, for example in 1991 the Academy Institute Award for Fiction by the American Academy of the American Institute of Arts and Letters. Her short story A Night's Work was included in the List of Best American Short Stories. So far Gordon has published two novels, poetry, plays, short stories and essays.

 

Die Außenseiter

 

Constantin Göttfert was born in 1979 in Vienna. After his studies at the pedagogical college he majored in German literature and cultural science in Vienna. In 2006 Göttfert was awarded the international Wiener Werkstattpreis. He was a student at the Deutsches Literaturinstitut Leipzig and in 2008 scholar at the Klagenfurter Literaturkurs. He was given the scholarship of the Niederösterreichischen Landesregierung in the Budmerice mansion in Slovakia as well as the scholarship of the Literaturforum Schwaz in a franciscan monastery in Tirol. 2011 he was a resident at the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin. Göttfert lives in Vienna.

 

Goettfert Steiner s

Status Katze

In dieser wildnis

 

Sara Gmuer was born in 1980 in Locarno. She spent her childhood in the Italian Switzerland, her adolescence in Lucerne. Aged 17, she dropped out of school, traveled the world, earned her first money as a model and spent it for rap records. In 2002 she finished acting school in Zurich and since then starred in quite a few film and television productions. Sara Gmuer lives in Berlin.

 

Karizma

 

 

Oliver Geyer was born in 1973 in Bielefeld. He studied journalism, psychology, political science and communication studies at Westminster University London and Freie Universität Berlin and worked as a copywriter with the advertising agencies Aimaq Rapp & Stolle and Scholz & Friends.
After that, he worked as a freelance journalist for the Frankfurter Sonntagszeitung, WELT am SONNTAG, Frankfurter Rundschau, Der Tagesspiegel, Berliner Zeitung, Vanity Fair, Psychologie Heute, Maxim, Playboy, fluter, geo.de and as assistant head editor for the society magazine DUMMY. Oliver Geyer lives with his family alternately in Berlin and, together with several friends, in a house in the Uckermark.

 

Sommerhaus, jetzt!

 

Fredy Gareis was born in Alma-Ata, Kasakhstan. After his resettlement, he grows up in Rüsselsheim. To escape the fug of the working-class town, he soon begins to travel the world. To Sibiria, for instance, where he inquires his family history down to the former penal camp of his grandmother at the Malinovoye Ozero.
Till his university studies, he ekes out a living as a taxi driver, bartender and of jobs too embarassing to mention. Finally, he studies American Literature in Hamburg and Berlin and, after that, finishes the journalist school in Munich.
As of 2007, he works as a freelance journalist and writes reports, for example an undercover story for stern in 2008, in the course of which he went undercover into Scientology for five months. He was an Arthur F. Burns scholar in 2009 and received the Journalist Award PuK of the Deutscher Kulturrat in 2012 for the coverage A Picasso in Palestine, published by DIE ZEIT. As of 2010, he reports as a freelance correspondent from Israel and the Middle East, among others for Der Tagesspiegel, DIE ZEIT and Deutschlandradio.

 

König der Hobos s color

Tel Aviv - Berlin

100GrammWodka Buch s color

 

 

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