More reading material by Juliane Stadler

Short stories

Reichenau - island of secrets

Falsch Zeugnis

This short story will be published in 2024 in an anthology by Bonifatius-Verlag, which will be published by Tanja Kinkel on the occasion of the 1300th anniversary of the founding of Reichenau Monastery. In Juliane Stadler's article, Abbot Uldarich examines a forged document that undoubtedly comes from his monastery's writing workshop.
Other best-selling authors tell stories based on true events about abbots and monks, wine growers and fishermen, empresses and nuns who have left their mark on the island and thus outline life on the island and in the monastery through the centuries. 

Antologie zur 1300 Jahrfeier des Klosters Reichenau - herausgegeben von Tanja Kinkel

Drei Tagesritte vom Bodensee

Der Zwölfte oder der Sängerkrieger von Trossingen

The short story "The Twelfth or the Singer Warrior from Trossingen" was published in 2011 in the anthology of Gmeiner-Verlag "Three day's rides from Lake Constance".  The starting point was a spectacular grave find from the 6th century. AD from Trossingen, a warrior's grave with excellently preserved objects. In addition to everyday objects, sumptuous clothing and combat equipment, one object stood out in particular: a lyre depicting twelve armed men.
The story of this man and his unusual instrument won third prize in the Quo Vadis short story competition.

Engel, Hexen, Wiedertäufer

Drei Kerben und ein Königspfennig

At the center of this story are the secret courts run by laymen who secretly ensured law and order in medieval Westphalia where the rulers could not or did not want to. The short story was published in 2013 in the anthology of Waxmannverlags "Engel, Hexen, Wiedertäufe




A really short story called "Seelenruhe" can be found in the anthology "Burgenbrand" by Burgenwelt-Verlag. It is a fragment that later found its way into the novel “Krone des Himmels” in a modified form.