Tim Krohn

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Tim Krohn (born 9 February 1965) is an author of Swiss literature, recipient of the 1994 Conrad-Ferdinand-Meyer-Preis.


Born in Wiedenbrück, North Rhine-Westphalia, [1] Krohn grew up in Glarus. He interrupted his studies of German language, Philosophy and Politology in 1992 and has been working as a freelance author based in Zürich.


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  1. "Glarner Kulturpreis geht an Tim Krohn" (in German). Schweizer Fernsehen. 14 December 2010. Retrieved 20 April 2011.

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