Guest contributors

These are people, groups or places regularly contributing to LeipGlo in some way – whether with input or other forms of non-monetary support.

Marjon Borsboom We get a lot of the events we run here weekly from the list she painstakingly puts together each month. Here’s a word about her: “Marjon is Dutch and came to Leipzig in August 2013 with her family, because her husband got an interesting job offer in the area. At the time she had her own copywriting company, producing Dutch texts for websites, press releases, brochures, etc. As an avid social media user herself, she also did 1 on 1 workshops about LinkedIn and Twitter for business professionals. Furthermore she was a member of the board of a young entrepreneur network, organizing events aimed at helping startups expand their knowledge and network. Marjon has a degree in tourism management, which partly explains her level of knowledge of Leipzig events and attractions.”

Rachael Clugston Contributes with sharp political commentary on the German scene.

Lito Seizani – Personal insights into being an “every-day tourist.”

Prof. Helena Flam Contributes with her sociological wisdom by writing articles on diverse topics.

David Dichelle He has featured a few of our columnists on his English-language show for Radio Blau, Continental Subway. He’s also made equipment available for recordings for LeipGlo, and helped out with the editing.

Leipzig Writers Quite a few of our columnists are members, and they have a lot of creative projects going on.

Poniatowski Our go-to hang out spot in Leipzig. Lots of stories have come out from there.

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