Sibylle Lewitscharoff

Sibylle Lewitscharoff (* 16. April 1954 in Stuttgart) is a German authoress.

Sibylle Lewitscharoff descends from a Bulgarian father and a German nut/mother. It buildup in Stuttgart, where it made 1972 their Abitur. Subsequently, it studied religion science at the free University of Berlin and attained the degree of a Magisters. During its study it was for in each case one year in Buenos Aires and Paris.

Since its study conclusion Lewitscharoff works as a lady bookkeeper in citizens of Berlin an advertising agency. Their literary activity began with the writing of features and radio plays for the broadcast. She experienced the break-through as an authoress 1998 with the Inge borrowing brook man competition in complaint ford, when she read out Pong from her novel and won the Inge borrowing brook man price. 1999 received it a price of the donation book art.


  • 36 fair ones, Münster 1994
  • Pong, Berlin 1998
  • the polite Harald, Berlin 1999
  • Montgomery, Stuttgart [among other things] 2003

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