© Valerie Schmidt
© Valerie Schmidt

Christopher Kloeble is an internationally renowned novelist and scriptwriter. His first novel, 'Amongst Loners', was the winner of the Jürgen Ponto-Stiftung prize for best debut. His third book, ‘Almost Everything Very Fast,’ which he is currently adapting as a TV series, was published in English with Graywolf Press (USA) and was nominated for the Dublin Literary Award and the Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis. He is also the author of ‘The Immortal Salz Family’ and the memoir, ‘Home Made in India.’ The English translation of his latest novel, ‘The Museum of the World,’ came out with HarperCollins India. In addition, his first film script, ‘Inclusion,’ was nominated for the Prix Europa for Best Movie Script. Christopher regularly writes for major German newspapers and has taught at Dartmouth College, University of Georgia, University of Arizona, Grinnell College, Georgetown University, Cambridge University, the University of Nairobi and Hong Kong University. His books have been translated into ten languages. He lives in Berlin and Delhi. His new novel, ‘Moll’, will come out in 2025.



2025        Novel "Moll" (Klett-Cotta)

2020        Novel "Das Museum der Welt" (dtv)

2017        Memoir "Home Made in India" (dtv)

2016        Novel "Die unsterbliche Familie Salz" (dtv)

2012        Novel "Meistens alles sehr schnell" (dtv)

2011        Movie script for "Inklusion"

2009        Short story collection "Wenn es klopft" (dtv)

2008        Novel "Unter Einzelgängern" (dtv)

2007        Play "Memory" (Drei Masken Verlag)

2006        Play "Wenn möglich, bitte wenden" (Drei Masken Verlag)