Thomas von Randow (26 December 1921 Breslau, Schlesien – 29 July 2009 Hamburg) was a German mathematician and journalist who published mathematical and logical puzzles under the pseudonym Zweistein in the "Logelei" column in Die Zeit. (After 2005 his column and pseudonym were continued by Bernhard Seckinger and Immanuel Halupczok.)
Many of his logic puzzles were published in the following books:
Sibylle Berg is a Swiss author and playwright. She writes novels, essays, short fiction, plays, radio plays, and columns.
Stefan Aust is a German journalist. He was the editor-in-chief of the weekly news magazine Der Spiegel from 1994 to February 2008 and has been the publisher of the conservative leading Die Welt newspaper since 2014 and the paper's editor until December 2016.
Harald Martenstein is a German journalist and author.
Eva Bischoff, known as Eva Herman, is a German author and former television presenter. She worked as a news presenter on the nationwide Tagesschau news programme from 1989 to 2006 and also presented various other television programmes for the Norddeutscher Rundfunk until 2007. In 2003, an opinion poll by TNS Emnid declared Herman to be "Germany's favourite presenter".
Gerhard Herm was a German journalist and writer.
Hubert Fichte was a German novelist.
Wolf Dietrich Schneider is a German journalist, author and language critic.
Mario Szenessy was a Hungarian-German author, translator, and literary critic.
Amelie Fried is a German writer and television presenter. Her father, Kurt Fried, is the creator-publisher of Schwäbische Donauzeitung, nowadays a part of Südwest Presse. She studied journalism and film at university. She has worked extensively in television and has published numerous books. Her 2008 book Schuhhaus Pallas. Wie meine Familie sich gegen die Nazis wehrte deals with her family's persecution in Nazi Germany. The book received significant media attention and has been the subject of much debate.
Irene Meichsner is a German science journalist and author. She works for Kölner Stadtanzeiger, a newspaper in Cologne and as a freelance journalist and book author.
Erwin Speckter was a German painter, often associated with the Nazarene movement.
Fritz Joachim Raddatz was a German feuilletonist, essayist, biographer, journalist and romancier.
Gerhard Zwerenz was a German writer and politician. From 1994 until 1998 he was a member of the Bundestag for the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS).
Jagoda Marinić is a prize-winning author, novelist, playwright, essayist, and journalist from Germany. She has what is often called a “migrant background,” a term she rejects; her parents emigrated from Dalmatia in Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia to Germany in the 1970s. She herself was born in Germany, became a German citizen, and speaks and writes in prominent venues about identity, migration, citizenship, and integration. She lives in Heidelberg.
Gerhard Nebel (1903–1974) was a German writer and conservative cultural critic.
Susanne Heim is a German political scientist and historian of National Socialism, the Holocaust and international refugee policy.
Matthias Politycki is a German novelist and poet. He studied in Munich and Vienna and obtained a PhD in philosophy in 1987. His first novel Aus Fälle/Zerlegung des Regenbogens. Ein Entwickelungsroman. appeared that same year. His breakthrough came in 1997 with Weiberroman and in 2008 with his cruise ship satire In 180 Tagen um die Welt.
Eva-Ruth Weissweiler is a German writer, musicologist and non fiction writer.
Joachim Kaiser was a German music, literature and theatre critic. From 1959 he worked as a senior editor in the feuilleton of the Süddeutsche Zeitung; from 1977 to 1996 he was professor of history of music at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart.
Emanuel Eckardt is a German journalist, and caricaturist.