Hans Fellmann is an American writer and English teacher living in Prague. Thus far, he has written one novel and two compilations – one of short stories and one of poems – all inspired by or based upon his travels around the world. He is currently writing a novel set in Turkmenistan, where he served as a Peace Corps volunteer from 2006 to 2008. He is also working on a new poetry compilation about his experiences in the Prague neighborhood of “Žižkov,” which is where he now calls home.
Before seriously dedicating himself to writing and traveling, he was a
student at the University of California, San Diego. He earned a
bachelor’s degree there in International Studies, with an emphasis in
Middle Eastern politics and languages.
If you’re interested in reading his work, check out his blog, “Breaking the Seal” at www.hansfellmann.com. You can find further examples of his work in “The Prague Revue” and “The UCSD Guardian Newspaper.”