Michaela von Schweinitz is an award winning filmmaker and an author who has written and published short stories, feature screenplays and two short films which she also directed and produced.
Calling Home by Michaela von Schweinitz is one of thirty-nine essays in True Stories Volume VI curated by Cami Ostman and Dana Tye Rally. Listen to the nineteen authors reading excerpts from their essays at the virtual book launch of True Stories. Curious to hear their entire stories? Order the book now through IngramSpark.
Me Gusta, Oaxaca: A Love Letter by Michaela von Schweinitz is one of fifteen essays witten by writers who travelled to Oaxaca, Mexico in 2022.
The collection Oaxaca was published on October 3, 2023 by Sidekick Press.
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Nicole Rosengurt reads from the upcoming novel Driving Lessons at Tuesdays@9 — two months before The Kraine Theater closed its doors forever.
3rd place in Group 29 in the 1st Round of 100-word Microfiction Challenge 2023. Advancing to create a story no longer than 100 words in just 24 hours based on a genre, action, and word assignment.
Pat Russell – mom
Ron Palais – dad
Emily Hupp – daughter
Marcia Aufrecht – grandmother
While it was Tuesday night in New York City, it was Wednesday morning in Central Europe where Michaela von Schweinitz had been at the time of the reading. Below a screen shot of her in her mom’s kitchen at 4 AM.
Alice is Gone is about a pregnant crime novel writer who struggles to prove the innocence of her boyfriend when he is arrested for the murder of his former girlfriend.