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Nina GEORGE Author and Activist for Author's Rights, Berlin

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 Nina George published 26 books, over hundred short stories, 600 columns and 3000 reports and articles.
 The New York Times bestselling author and journalist (for Hamburger Abendblatt, Politk und Kultur, BILD am Sonntag as well as for Blogs and Magazines), author, coach and columnist writes also under pen-names (Jean Bagnol), teaches Writing at Literaturbüro Unna and Editing Alsterdamm Kunstschule and works as a author s rights consulter for political parties, author s organizations as well as for authors in trouble.

Memberships

Founder of 'YES on Author's Rights' - Non-profit-Initiative, 2011
Initiated Amazon-protest in Germany (signed by Herta Müller, Julie Zehn, Ferdinand v. Schirach), 2014
Founder of 'Initiative Fairer Buchmarkt e.V.' (Initiative for a fair book market), 2015
Administrative board member VG Wort / Collecting Society (Verwaltungsrat), 2015
Advisory board member of German PEN (Authors' Rights), 2015

Publications

The Little ParisBookshop, Knaur 2013
Commissaire Mazan and the Heirs to the Marquis (wirting as Jean Bagnol), Knaur 2013
The Moonlight Musician, Knaur (won the DeLiA ), 2011
The Vocabulary of Men, Lappa, 2005
The Way of the Warrior Woman, Droemer Knaur, 2003
No Sex, No Beer and a Whole Lot of Trouble, Droemer Knaur, 2001

Awards

Winner of the DeLiA and the Glauser-Prize, 2012, 2013
Book "Das Lavendelzimmer" (The Little Paris Bookshop) was translated in 30 languages and sold more than one million copies, 2013
Goldene Auguste for the engagement in literature and author's right, 2015
Novel "The Little Paris Bookshop" hits the New York Times Bestseller List, 2015