Die FEDERWELT ist eine Fachzeitschrift für Autorinnen und Autoren. Sie wendet sich an Schreibanfänger und Fortgeschrittene und bietet Orientierung im Literaturbetrieb. Den Hauptteil machen praxisorientierte Fachartikel und Interviews zum Thema Schreiben und Veröffentlichen aus, darunter die beliebte die "Textküche" (siehe unten). Außerdem gibt es einen Terminkalender mit Informationen über Literaturwettbewerbe und -stipendien. Zielgruppe: Autorinnen und Autoren sowie literarisch Interessierte mit Freude am Schreiben. 2013 erscheint die Federwelt bereits im 16. Jahrgang; Auflage je Heft: 3.000 Exemplare. Erscheinungstermine: Die FEDERWELT erscheint alle zwei Monate, jeweils zum 1. des betreffenden Monats (Februar, April, Juni, August, Oktober, Dezember) Herausgeberin/Redaktion: Sandra Uschtrin, Uschtrin Verlag Preise: Jahresabonnement Print 2013: 36 Euro (Inland; inkl. Versand), 48 Euro (Ausland; inkl. Versand). Einzelheft, Printfassung: 6,50 Euro zzgl. Versand Weitere Informationen sowie Auszüge aus den Artikeln der jeweils aktuellen Ausgabe finden Sie auf der Website der "Autorenwelt" unter "Magazine". Zur "Textküche": Zwei Schreibprofis, in jeder Folge zwei andere, kommentieren Texte, die noch nicht ganz rund sind. Lektoratsarbeit also auf dem Präsentierteller - ein besonderes Schmankerl für alle, die Buchstaben lieben. Und damit das auf Dauer von hohem praktischem Nährwert bleibt, experimentiert "Küchenchefin" Anke Gasch, die diese Serie betreut, von Folge zu Folge mit anderen Zutaten. Themen der Textküche waren bisher: Folge 11: Settings mit Tiefgang (Heft 102) Folge 10: Jugendroman (Heft 101) Folge 9: Exposés verfassen (Belletristik) (Heft 100) Folge 8: Humor (Heft 99) Folge 7: Spannung erzeugen (Heft 98) Folge 6: Rückblenden (Heft 97) Folge 5: Titel-Tuning (Heft 96) Folge 4: Dialoge richtig schreiben (Heft 95) Folge 3: ...
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About the author

Gisa Klönne is the author of two bestselling, award-winning and critically acclaimed crime series, featuring superintendents Judith Krieger and Manni Korzilius. Silent is the Forest was nominated for a prestigious Friedrich Glauser Crime Writing Award, while Night Without Shadows won in 2009 for best novel. Gisa Klönne has worked as a magazine editor, a freelance journalist for newspapers and magazines and as a lecturer in creative writing. Apart from her novels, Gisa Klönne has also published short stories and is the editor of two crime anthologies. Gisa Klönne is married and lives in Cologne. She is active in various authors' networks. She also teaches creative writing and sometimes acts as a mentor to young, aspiring writers.

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Publisher
Uschtrin Verlag
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Published on
Dec 16, 2013
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Pages
68
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ISBN
9783932522529
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Language
German
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Genres
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
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