Born in Mumbai and raised in the United States, Sylee Gore has lived in Berlin since 2000. She works at a publishing house and blogs at Berlin Reified.
Miriam Widman has more years of experience as a journalist than she cares to admit. In print she’s written for the International Herald Tribune, Business Week, The Local , Spiegel Online and Jewish Voice from Germany. In radio she’s produced for National Public Radio, Marketplace and The World. She recently performed one of her… Read more »
Alicia Oltuski’s first book, Precious Objects, was published by Scribner and selected as a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers pick. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming on NPR’s Berlin Stories, in the Financial Times, W magazine, The Faster Times, The Bulletin in Philadelphia, and other publications. She holds an MFA… Read more »
New York artist Emily Hass, whose work was profiled on BSNPR in 2008, is included in the Jewish Museum’s first contemporary art show, commemorating the museum’s ten year anniversary, Heimatkunde. Hass’ mixed media work draws on archival architectural plans of her father’s family home on Altonaerstrasse, which was taken by the Nazis and subsequently destroyed during… Read more »
Listen to the podcast above. Author Alistair Noon was born in 1970 and grew up near London. He first came to Berlin in 1989, and has lived in the city, bar a couple of years in China, since 1993. His poems have appeared in four chapbooks from various presses: At the Emptying of Dustbins (Oystercatcher, 2009), In People’s Park… Read more »
Geoffery Lewis always wanted to write political history or biography, ever since he read history at Cambridge. But legal practice, being a jealous god, prevented it until he retired from office work in 1993. Since then he has written four books: 1. Lord Atkin (Butterworths, London 1983). A biography of an English judge whose name is a byword… Read more »