Michael Lederer

Michael Lederer is an American writer who lives in Berlin, Dubrovnik, and Cadaqués. His first novel, Cadaqués, was published in February 2014. He has just written his second novel, Don Quixote Saving America.

Blog posts by Michael Lederer:

Eye of the Storm
History never crawls or walks. It runs. Sometimes silently as if on the softer sands of time. Sometimes we can hear its footsteps louder as they … Continue reading Eye of the Storm

New World vs. Old World Flipped
As an American writer living in Germany, I care deeply for both countries. It is a strange time to do so, as powers-that-be in Germany and … Continue reading New World vs. Old World Flipped

If it’s Tuesday, it Must be Cold War Again
“May you live in interesting times.” Many Americans coming to Europe are lured by the romance: fountains in Rome, cafés in Paris, Spanish guitars, the cool … Continue reading If it’s Tuesday, it Must be Cold War Again

The Window as Mirror
Look through a window and we see the world outside. Change of focus, and we can see ourselves reflected in that same window. As an American … Continue reading The Window as Mirror

Don Quixote Saving America
You know what tribe I belong to? Put your hand on a table. Now hit it with a rock. If it hurts, then you and I … Continue reading Don Quixote Saving America

A Night in Berlin with Michael Lederer
The U.S. Embassy Literature Series at the English Theatre Berlin in cooperation with PalmArtPress presented Michael Lederer on February 11, 2014. In the following video, Lederer … Continue reading A Night in Berlin with Michael Lederer