From ZineWikizine founded 2002 in Freiburg, Germany. It features essays, short stories and poems concerning philosophical questions, most of which are handled in a youthful colloquial tone. For the first six years every issue was written on a typewriter and illustrated mainly with drawings. DTP program Scribus while preserving the traditional "typewriter, pen and scissors" layout.
Every issue is published at the beginning of a new season. Contributions deal with a certain theme or motto like forgetting, misanthropy, advertising or work, taking a more and more philosophical stance at them. Each issue also covers political events or those within the literary and philosophical scene of Germany, often in an ironical way.
Currently (April 2010) there are 29 issues of Lichtwolf plus several special issues like a small booklet portraying the life and work of Jorge Luis Borges.
Frequent contributors are Michael Helming, Norbert Hildebrand, August Maria Neander and Timotheus Schneidegger.