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Yet to us, this seems a real pity, as our experience has been that co-authorship has a number of great advantages. One of the reasons for our large output has been that we were able to cover very different audiences in a few strokes.
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Not only has nearly all our writing been published in both German and English, we also wrote up different versions, one academic, the other targeting a general audience. Is this interesting enough? Not all of our ventures ended up in serious research or writing — trips to a monastery in Serbia and to a Mennonite farm in Belize yielded only titbits and a trip to the Turkish coast to study Russian tourists, only a car accident.
But they were all fun. How do you write a book together?
Instead we have met in dozens of different countries. Thus it is a real joint venture and we feel that very few, if any of our output could have been written by one of us a alone. And last but not least, one of the main rewards for co-authorship is the fun and inspiration we get from working together.