Hannelore Brenner, born 1951, lives in Berlin. She is a German radio-and book-author, editor and publisher and founder of "Room 28 Projects", an international cultural project with a special group of Holocaust survivors, the "Girls of Room 28". See: www.room28projects.com
In younger age, Hannelore worked for the German exile author Hans Rothe (1894-1979) and for many years since 1984 for the American author Peter Wyden.
The radio-documentary "Brundibár and the children of Theresienstadt" produced by the Sender Freies Berlin in 1997 and by the Austrian Radio ORF in 1998, led to the author's involvement with the topic of Theresienstadt. She made common cause with a special group of survivors, 'The Girls of Room 28', wrote a book, a theatre-play and created an exhibition which became a successful touring exhibition and led, in 2014, to a new Brazilian version: As Meninas do Quarto 28.
In 2014 she published the authentic Theresienstadt diary of Helga Pollak-Kinsky, along with the calendar entries of her father under the title: Mein Theresienstädter Tagebuch 1943-1944" and founded Edition Room 28.
In 2016 she edited and published the autobiography of Evelina Merová "Lebenslauf auf einer Seite". It is the 2nd book of Edition Room 28. www.edition-room28.de
Visit the Website of Room 28 Projects: www.room28projects.com