I composed a Mozart string quartet. A Haydn like. A Bartok like. Note by Note.

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December 2nd, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Eisenbahnzüge, Tel Aviv

Eisenbahnzüge in Goethe-Institut Tel Aviv, Asia House, 4 Weizmann St. Tel Aviv-61336, Israel see Phone: 00972 3 6060515 Fax (1): 00972 3 6955799 E-Mail Auskunft: library-info@ telaviv. /ins/il/tel/ wis/bib/ deindex.htm

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September 10th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Hemingway’s “The Killers” taught me what a short story really is: A few sheets of paper, sketching a seemingly banal situation, not saying anything explicitly, and between the lines you enter a world of disaster. Thus, I am a short story myself.

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August 3rd, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Zopiclone again

I heard of it: That it wasn’t a good night. And that Zopiclone betrayed my mother, too. The road to thermonuclear war is cold. Any state outside day. Death is not selling anymore.

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July 30th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

I did survive

I did survive. The blast, which tore my lungs into tatters. The fireball, that burned me to ash. The radiation, that made my blood become a hydra with innumerable proliferating heads. I loved to survive. I did survive.

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July 27th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Author Death

The widow of one of three British Authors who collapsed during  a MoL reading condemned literature chiefs for a lack of humility after a coroner blamed the deaths on a series of “gross failures”. Thomas Wehlim accused the Ministry of Literature of betraying the honour of the authors and their families by failing to accept responsibility […]

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July 16th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


LEIPZIG — In retrospect, Thomas Wehlim realizes that sending his half-finished novel to publishers before he’d written the crucial, explosive final scenes might seem like a brazen act of overconfidence. At the time, though, he badly needed the money. “I was kind of broke,” Mr. Wehlim said over coffee recently in the drafty, pigeon-infested food […]

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June 18th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Bounty hunter

Cat the Bounty Hunter wants to go after Thomas Wehlim, author of USA-criticising novel “The Days of Caliphate”, for the honor and security of America. He’s even willing to invade Russia to get the job done, according to reports. Cat (whose real name is Stephen Clapman announced that he would enter Russia – illegally, if necessary […]

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June 14th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Don’t order now. You still look like Detroit. Howdy, Thomas Josef Whelim. You cannot undress from death. Novel linguistic programming or NLP is literary so effective because it mainly concerns about the writing habits of a person rather than needing to take any stupid creative writing courses.

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June 11th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


As Washington Post reports, Literature Vice President T. J. Wehlim has suggested to attach invisible GPS transmitters to every book copy of the US book market. By this procedure, Russian and Chinese book gangs operating in USA could be fought more effectively. Wehlim estimated the yearly publisher losses caused by the Russian and Chinese book mafia […]

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May 28th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim