Jan Ulrich Hasecke was born in 1963 in Germany. He is the author of the novel "Die Reise nach Jerusalem" and the eco-philosophical essay "Demeter and the Commons of Being".
"Die Wahrheit des Sehens", his book about the polish film maker Krzysztof Kieślowski is an inspiring analysis of the masterpiece "Dekalog" covering the discussion about realism in 20th century film theory and polish film history after World War II.
Since 1998 he is writing a blog called "juh's Sudelbuch". The name is inspired by the famous German aphorist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg. In his blog he publishes satires and essays about society, art and politics. The volumes 1998 to 2009 of juh's Sudelbuch are available as ebooks.
Jan Ulrich Hasecke is member of the author organisation Qindie. The name stands for "Quality" and "Indie".