Harald Voetmann was born in 1978. He graduated from the Authors’ School in 1999. He was for a time co-editor of the magazine Ildfisken. He has written novels, short stories and poetry, as well as a monograph on the Roman poet Suplicia. He has also translated works from classical Latin. His novel Vågen (Awake) has been translated into English. It is the first of a trilogy on historical characters. The other two (not translated) are about Tycho Brahe and the German mystic Othlo of St. Emmeram.
2008 En alt andet end proper tilstand
2010 Vågen (Awake)
2012 Kødet letter
2015 Syner og fristelser
2016 Sulpicia: en romersk digter,
2020 .C. Andersens Quarantaine-Dagbog: Ogsaa indeholdende hans Fodreise fra Nyhavn til Amalienborg med kort Ophold ved Magasin du Nord i Aaret