Ellen Kositza

Ellen Kositza, born 1973 in West-Germany, mother of seven children, publicist, was awarded, jointly with Peter Scholl-Latour, the Gerhard Löwenthal prize in 2008. Editor of the journal 'Sezession.'

A German diary:
Auschwitz as Opportunity
Pretending to be gay and a compulsory blood spider

Observing the moral landscape of millennials.

A German diary:
Great Anticipation
Amazonian feminism is way better than the current bourgeois fussiness of professional middle class women

A book by Camille Paglia published in German. Her criticism of #metoo is a slam-dunk.

A German diary:
Book Panic and Truthful Kids
Diary extracts recording the day-to-day life of a mother of seven, publisher’s wife and alt-right author living in an east German village

Mainstream media in meltdown over 'controversial' books; a kid voices an 'unambiguous' truth.

A German diary:
An educated workman - it’s cool to be on TV - porn pop
Diary extracts recording the day-to-day life of a mother of seven, publisher’s wife and alt-right author living in an east German village

A new series.