About Ingo Schulze
Ingo Schulze is one of the most renowned authors of his generation. His debut 33 Moments of Happiness (1995) was enthusiastically received; individual stories were published in the New Yorker. Simple Storys (1998) was a spectacular success and became curricular reading. He received the Leipzig Book Fair Prize for Handy (2007) and the Joseph Breitbach Prize for Neue Leben (2005). His works have been translated into more than 30 languages.