With Robert Corvus
we welcome one of the most successful fantasy authors of Germany at FedCon
. Currently, The Imago Project
is the sequel to his science fiction novel Fire of Void. He also writes for the biggest science fiction series in the world: Perry Rhodan
. Together with Bernhard Hennen
one of the roleplaying basic adventure campaigns The Black Eye
, Die Phileasson-Saga
, as a twelve-part novel series. Both the fourth and fifth volumes were on the Spiegel bestseller list. Independent fantasy titles such as Die Schwertfeuer-Saga
and Berg der Macht
were published by Piper Verlag.
has been a full-time writer since 2013. Before that, writing was a hobby and sideline for 25 years. During this time, novels were published under his pseudonym Bernard Craw in the universes of BattleTech
and The Black Eye
was a soldier, management consultant and project manager in international corporations. He travelled around the world with his backpack, made a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and taught karate. After working in Münster and Sindelfingen, he now lives in Cologne.
, born 1966, studied German, History and Ancient Near Eastern Studies. As a journalist he travelled the Orient and Central America before devoting himself entirely to writing fantastic novels. More than 35 novels have been published in the meantime. With his Elf saga
he stormed all bestseller lists and wrote his way to the top of German fantasy authors. In the meantime his books have been published in ten countries and have sold more than five million copies.
But the beginning of this writer's career looked quite different: At times, Bernhard
had to accept every job available in order to make ends meet for himself and his family - among other things, he worked as a show fighter at medieval markets and as Santa Claus. An arsenal of swords from this time must share in its house the place with an overflowing tin figure collection. From time to time he moves out with these miniature armies to indulge in his hobby at tabletop events.
lives with his family in Krefeld.