"Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it."
Vincent van Gogh
Alexander Levin Aurel, born 1993 in Schleswig-Holstein, is an aspiring German author and philosopher. His works take the reader into dystopian worlds. His writing style is pictorial and poignant. His stories inspire reflection and philosophy.
Life in the country has shaped him. He grew up with four older siblings on a cattle farm. The father is an economist and farmer, the mother a housewife. His travels took him around the world for a couple of years. His books deal with the relationship of humans to nature. They take a critical look at social and technical developments.
He received his Bachelor of Science in Organic Agriculture and Marketing.
Currently he lives close to Berlin, Germany.
»I write because I believe that words can make a difference.«