Writer in Sylvania, Ohio
I am a translator and educator living in the United States.
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The photo on the left shows me and my daughter in Olander Park in Sylvania, Ohio. But Austria is the country of my birth and German my native language.
Check out my birthplace Admont, in the center of the Austrian Alps. I studied Political Science and Mass Communication at Salzburg University before coming to the US and earning an M.A. in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Film and Film Theory. Today, I work as an independent translator and also taught courses in German and German Culture at the University of Toledo.
I recently translated two novels: Charlotte and Aaron Elkins' novel, "A Cruise to Die For" into German. German title "Eine mörderische Kreuzfahrt," and Dirk Trost's "Granat für Greetsiel" into English. English title "A Murderous Storm." More info on http://amazon.com. Enter my name.
Interested in music? My current favorite song:
Simple Minds Midnight Walking