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Lutz Rathenow was born on 22 September, 1952 in Jena, Germany.

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Born 22 September 1952
Birthday 22 September
Birthplace Jena, Germany

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Finally, a German scholar, Dr. Udo Scheer, published a study on the political and cultural opponents in Jena – including Rathenow as a student – since the middle of the 1970s: Vision und Wirklichkeit. Opposition in Jena in den 70er und 80er Jahren (Christoph Links, Berlin (2000³))


The last pieces of Rathenow are two prose collections which appeared in 2004: a book entitled Fortsetzung folgt (“To Be Continued”) of 144 pages, and, under the same German title, various texts which are read by the author himself.


Rathenow has contributed to several anthologies, e.g. “An Essay on the Path of Virtuousness” (Tugendvergewisserung: Ein Traum, was sonst? Preußische Tugenden, ed. Bernd Kaufmann; Wallstein, Göttingen, 2002); or his notes as a victim of the East German secret police (“Stasi”) after having read his file (as published in: Stasi-Akten zwischen Politik und Zeitgeschichte. Eine Zwischenbilanz, ed. Siegfried Suckut/Jürgen Weber; Olzog, München 2003). He has published in numerous literary magazines, such as Muschelhaufen.


After the German reunification, Rathenow received several literary honours and prizes, e.g. the Deutschlandpreis for his collection of short stories, first published under the title, Sisyphos in 1995 (“Sisyphos. Erzählungen”; Berlin Verlag, 2004, 4th ed., 160 p.). As a cultural figure, Rathenow fills in the function of arts editor for the quarterly magazine, “Liberal” (sponsored by Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung at Berlin), in an honorary capacity. Since 1977, Rathenow has lived as a free-lancer at Straußberger Platz, in the centre of Berlin, the new and old German capital.


Moving to Berlin, Rathenow began to write, but he could not at all start his career as a free-lance writer. Having published his first collection of stories in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), Ratenow was arrested in December 1980. This first book of the young author, like many to follow, was considered unflattering to the German Democratic Republic. When released a month later after international protest, Rathenow continued to write satires, sketches and poems, refusing to emigrate. Moreover, the author was in a way acting as a spokesman for dissident writers within the GDR. Inside this country, his works were suppressed by the Ministry of Culture, but circulated privately. Such was the pantomime, Keine Tragödie (“No Tragedy”), cancelled a couple of days before its scheduled performance in Leipzig in 1984.


Moreover, there is a bulk of texts, e.g. political comments and other short pieces, within the World Wide Web: * Meine Stasiaufarbeitung (Juli 1977: Wiener Journal);


Lutz Rathenow (born 22 September 1952 in Jena) is a dissident German writer and poet who was haunted by the Secret Police until the German reunification. From then on, his fortunes changed, and he received several literary honors and awards.

Born in Jena, Thuringia, which in 1952 was part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), Rathenow studied at the University of Jena after serving in the military. In 1976 he was relegated because he was one of the students who protested against the expatriation of Wolf Biermann, a prominent German singer and songwriter.