DigBib.org offers a wide range of digitized German-language literary works. Some of the authors featured here are Lessing, Kafka, Schiller, Goethe, and others. All works are available as PDF documents and are provided as open access documents without copyright. View the site

Worldwide Worldwide Remarque

Erich Maria Remarque-Friedenszentrum Osnabrück The exhibition Worldwide Worldwide Remarque at the Erich Maria Remarque Peace Center in Osnabrück documents the current worldwide presence of Erich Maria Remarque’s work in various media since 1998. The “object of the week” introduces this representation, for example, in short films, art work, publications, or music. Visit the exhibition


Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH Literary texts in German, annotated and glossed for language learners. The text reange from Goethe and Kleist to Kafka, Büchner and Thomas Mann, including fairy tales from the brothers Grimm. Annotext site

Deutsches Literatur Archiv Marbach

Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach

The German Literature Archive, Marbach The German Literature Archive is the home to the personal papers of thousands of German authors and cultural figures from 1750 to the present. Its library is the largest dedicated to literary history in Germany. Its largest collections include the papers of Friedrich Schiller and the Cotta publishing house. It […]

The Poetry Project

Poetry Project

The Poetry Project, e.V., Berlin The Poetry Project is a four-language poetry project that supports writing groups comprised of youth people with and without refugee backgrounds throughout Germany. The poems are published in Farsi, Arabic, German, and English. Visit the site

stadtsprachen magazin


Stadtsprachen – Magazine of Berlin’s multilingual literature The stadtsprachen magazin was founded in 2016 as an online literacy magazine dedicated to publishing Berlin’s multilingual contemporary literature. The content of the magazine reflects the multicultural and multilingual backgrounds of Berlins literary community. The aim of the magazine is not just to highlight Berlin’s multilingual contemporary literature, […]

Bildkorrektur: Bilder gegen Bürgerängste


Bildkorrektur: Bilder gegen Bürgerängste This collection of drawings was put together by a consortium of concerned artists who wanted to address what they saw as society’s worst fears regarding migrants. Published in 2016, the artists hope to replace fear with knowledge. The creative team includes: Aike Arndt, Tim Dinter, FÖRM, Hamed Eshrat, Serafine Frey, Matthias […]

Alphabet des Ankommens

Alphabet des Ankommens

Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn This project by the Federal Office of Political Education in Bonn combines journalistic reporting with comics related to the them of migration. The site asks “What does it mean to leave everything behind and come to a new country?” Journalists and artists from ten different countries collaborate to provide different […]

Comics by Tuffix


Soufeina Hamed, Berlin Soufeina Hamed is a Tunisian born artist and psychologist who grew up and lives in Berlin. Her website offers dozens of comics covering topics such as everyday life, identity, politics, religion, travel, and more. Related to her website, this Deutsche Welle video can supplement or complement a discussion of her comic art […]

Weiter Schreiben. Jetzt: Ein Portal für Literatur aus Kriegs- und Krisengebieten

Weiter Schreiben. Jetzt.

wearedoingit e.V, Berlin The state-funded and award-winning project Weiter Schreiben, launched in 2017, provides a platform for artistic creativity and continuity for writers in refuge. On the project’s website texts by participating writers and related projects – including the Weiter Schreiben Magazin and (W)Ortwechelsn –  are published (in visual and audio format). Visit the site