Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Prague: Refugees Welcome (Part 3)

When we last checked in with our heroes, they were heading out of Germany, a train strike looming in the future and no known way to return to Berlin in order to catch their (already paid for) flight home…. The train rumbled into Prague and upon disembarking we went straight to the ticket office. My… Continue reading Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Prague: Refugees Welcome (Part 3)

On Kafka, Richter and Memories

  I have a strange relationship with posthumously published pieces. In the one instance, I desperately want to read them. Especially if it’s an author I really like because then as a reader I get to momentarily undo their death and hear one last story. On the other hand it feels like cheating. It wasn’t… Continue reading On Kafka, Richter and Memories