Martin Bullinger was born in Schäbisch Hall in 1956. He passed his A-levels in 1976, afterwards he studied from 1981 till 1989 German language and literature studies, soziology and philosophy in Würzburg and Frankfurt am Main.

From 1989 till 1996 he co-published the art- and literature journal »LILU« and organised the exhibition room GOOP in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen(1993-1998) together with Anna Fasold. He published several articles in journals and magazines. He is the manager of a wine store.

His first book is the novel »bussard./die sandberg. / zwei liebesgeschichten« published in 1998.

He continued with the novel »schnelle messer. /ein memory.« in 1999.

In 2001 it was followed by the small volume »Geruch der Liebe« (series 16ers) with six exerpts of novels  novels from the years 1998-2006 (!).

His fourth title was published in 2002 »saubande / 137 nachtsplitter« – all of them were published at axel dielmann – verlag Frankfurt am Main.

Sofar the last of his novels »du bist sex« (»You mean sex«) about a livelong livetwisted relationship between the  innkeeper’s daughter Lio Ruth Rieder and a truck driver with very special lifestyle habits. – published in our series The Mainworks (Die Hauptwerke), bound in linnen, with bookmark.

Martin Bullinger lives in Frankfurt am Main and in Rabolshausen im Hoehnlhischen.

Martin Bullinger has set another novel in his home region – even though the taxidriver, who is waiting at night time for a dubios passenger, dreams us from a known route of a russian organized car theft ring, fantasyses away on a trip to Italy, longs for being in small town cafés, pubes and loves. »Saubande« is again a book, with firm dialogues mixed with detailed landscape pictures – and a unbelivably erotic read for everyone, who likes to read with fingers, tongue and other ends!

So much before hand. Certainly here is still more space for a reception critical examination: the books of Martin Bullinger are not light reading material, readable between a few busstops – one would need a for longer busjourney  between two cities, who drives through his novels, to keep on understanding. The fact that he is not mentioned by  famous critics, is not connected to an unwelcoming readership. His subtle way to narrate can already be recognised by the fact that his readings fill up like no other secret recommendation, for example in the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, in the Autoren-Café of the factory Kassel, or in the Messeturm Frankfurt ...