New York Nepalese Maoists

Just the fourth book by Susann Klossek appeared under the title of “Tropical fever” stories from the stranger – the fourth work of Susann Klossek. “Travel is, in every moment to be born and die.” This travel book looks behind the scenes, behind the tourist enclaves beautifully described in guidebooks and dream beaches of the world. In addition to the beautiful, it deals the longing of the traveller, his solitude but also with happiness, that is him on every new travel also relentlessly with the evil and Renegade, the poverty. Travel is a Symphony of the senses. On their travels Susann Klossek met including the wife of a semi famous emigrant, Thai ladyboys, an intrusive Filipino doctor, a stressed Munich film crew, Russian money collectors, New York Nepalese Maoists, Laotian Art thieves, drug dealers, cat dompteuren in monk robes, a Japanese Zen master, neo-Nazis in the Nevada desert, almost a Zapatero and the spirit of Frida Kahlo. It is now in the entire German-speaking book – also via all online portals – can be ordered. For bookseller under Victor Hugo “Tropical fever” Susann Klossek ISBN 978-3-8334-8669-2 372 pages 38 CHF / 23 Euro Susann Klossek was born in 1966 in Leipzig.

She studied German Philology and Slavic Studies and later moved into the economy. Among other things, she worked as Assistant, export Manager, Publisher, free artist and bartender. Currently she is working as a freelance journalist for newspapers and as a freelance writer as editor and columnist for a Swiss IT and economic, as well as a lifestyle magazine,. Susann Klossek lives in Zurich and visited 30 countries over the last 15 years. 2003 “Nothing and nothing again” appeared (poetry), 2005 “men” (Shortstories) and 2006 “Touch in the thicket” (poetry). In addition, she has published in various literary magazines in the Switzerland, Germany and Austria, as well as in two anthologies. She is currently working on two novels.