J. Monika Walther comes from a Jewish Protestant Family. She grew up in Leipzig, Berlin and on Lake Constance. The one and only thing she wanted to do in life is: write.
In her monthly column Village Life she writes exactly about what the name already reveals. How it is, or even how it used to be, to live in a village.
- The Black Madonna – how the amargue changed
From Reichenbach to Anger-Crottendorf – from Galicia to Leipzig
- La Vieille Prune, or: How villages become communities
- 1944, when the Americans dropped cigarettes from above
- A village is a village is a village
- God among farmers