“The Leipzig Writers’ Meetup group is a space for people who write anything â€“ books, fiction, non-fiction, short stories, scripts â€“ to exchange ideas, share feedback, motivate each other, find a writing buddy or buddies, and also just to chat.”
This week, Jewish people from all over the world with roots in Leipzig have been coming over to celebrate their culture and remember their past. Here are some event tips for whoever is interested in participating in JÃ¼dische Woche in Leipzig.
“In a world of religious believers, ethnic wars and racism, why would an author dethroning each of these beliefs become so popular? Why do believers in God, Marxism or the nation buy a book telling them their gods are nothing but chimeras?”
“It’s as if all the stiffness and the physical barriers between you and the art had been broken. Sitting still the whole time, you’re constantly surrounded by it as it moves all around you, 360 degrees.”
“On the street, waiting for buses, or in the metro station, being squeezed in the train: One by one, stranger by stranger, local or foreign, citizen or tourist, the emotions of ‘going out there’ attached us to one other.”
Another day, another job search in the cafÃ© with free WiFi. Hundreds of free positions for developers in Leipzig. None for you, because you don’t know how to code. But what if you could learn in 3 months, and even walk away with a paid gig as a developer?