Satis Shroff is a prolific German writer and poet and was awarded the Heimatmedaille Baden-Württemberg 2018, and received the Neruda Award 2017 in Crispiano, Italy. He is a published writer, poet and lecturer based in Freiburg (poems, fiction, non-fiction) who also writes on ethno-medical, culture-ethnological themes.
He has studied Zoology and Botany in Nepal, Medicine and Social Science in Germany and Creative Writing in Freiburg and Manchester. He describes himself as a mediator between western and eastern cultures and sees his future as a writer and poet.
Satis Shroff was awarded the German Academic Exchange Prize in addition to the neruda Award and the Heimatmedaille Baden-Württemberg. He is a lecturer in Basle (Switzerland), at the Akademie für medizinische Berufe (Uniklinik Freiburg)and the VHS, Freiburg. He was awarded a Culture Prize by Green City Freiburg for his social engagement with the asylum seekers and refugees, and also nominated for the German Social Engagement Prize. He sings German and English songs in a men's choir (mgv-Kappel) in Freiburg.