After primary school in Bettemburg and graduating from the Lycée Hubert Clement in Esch/Alzette in 1975, Pit Hoerold studied art. He is a freelance advertising specialist, publisher and musician. As such, he wrote the portrait Cool Feet, déi populärste Lëtzebuerger Rockbänd vun allen Zäiten (2003). He also wrote the booklet on the spelling of the Luxembourgish language Yuppiii, mir léiere lëtzebuergesch schreiwen (1992). He has published articles in Lëtzebuerger Almanach '87, Les Cahiers luxembourgeois and Eis Sprooch (AL Association).
Pit Hoerold has also published poetry in German. In 2019, the poetry collection in die augen, in die ferne, still ins ohr was published with texts in German, French and Luxembourgish.
In the play En zweete Fabesch Fränz, Pit Hoerold combines his love of theatre and cycling with reflections on national pride.
In addition, Pit Hoerold wrote children's literature in Luxembourgish, poems, the play Haut as Päiffeneijooschdag, and the story D'Tip an den Top. Pit Hoerold wrote the dialogue for eight songs on the LP de Billy geet op d'Rees. In 2010, the CD Glücksritter was released with a selection of poems recited by the author in German and Luxembourgish. Pit Hoerold is one of the initiators of the Prix Laurence youth writing competition.
Vesna Andonovic studied culture and communication at Nancy II University and then specialised in film history at the “Institut européen du cinéma et de l'audiovisuel” of Nancy II University.
Vesna Andonovic began her professional career as a teaching assistant at the “Lycée technique du Centre”, then founded a communication agency. Since 2005, Vesna Andonovic is working as a cultural journalist and writes reviews, critiques, glosses, reportages, editorials or interviews mainly in the fields of film, theatre, music, literature, society and culture.
Vesna Andonovic is also involved in the film industry. She has been a member of the jury of the Lëtzebuerger Filmpräis since 2012 and is currently a member of the Film Academy, which determines the annual film prize in Luxembourg. She is also a member of SIGNIS, the World Catholic Association for Communication.
In 2013, Vesna Andonovic published her first short story as an author under the title “Zëmmer Nummer fënnef”.
Christine Mandy est née le 12 octobre 1994 à Luxembourg. Parallèlement à ses études de germanistique et de philosophie à Trèves, elle a acquis de l’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine du journalisme culturel et en tant que correctrice pour le service des éditions Peter Lang. En outre, elle a rédigé des critiques littéraires pour la radio et les médias imprimés et elle a animé différents évènements littéraires. Elle était lectrice et rédactrice auprès des éditions Guy Binsfeld et de l’agence de communication Binsfeld et travaille aujourd’hui comme correctrice au service de l’administration parlementaire.
Jérôme Jaminet, born in 1979, lives in Luxembourg as a teacher, literary mediator and literary critic. He studied philosophy and German literature at the University of Trier. From 2014 to 2017, he directed the weekly literature programme "Book Look" on radio "Eldoradio". From 2018 to 2020, he was responsible for the literature section "LesBar" in the newspaper "Lëtzebuerger Journal". As a freelance literary critic, he works for SWR2, Spiegel Online, MDR Kultur and the Berliner Tagesspiegel, among others. In 2003 he published "Gedankenstille", a collection of his texts written between 1995 and 2002.
Christiane Kremer is a journalist and responsible for culture at RTL. As an author, she writes cabaret texts, plays, short stories and children's books. For the children's book "So mol, Lobo!" (with Vincent Biwer) she was awarded with the Luxembourg Book Prize in 2019. She co-founded the publishing house "Kremart Edition" in 2013. Her debut novel "De Bicherbus" was published in 2020.
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