One poem "HIDDEN" is published in the December Issue of THE GRAWN - Gallery Row Art Walk News, it is a cool independet Art-Newspaper, it is my first newspaper I hold in my hands (next to LATimes) when I first arrived to L.A. Here is the link, the last page is for poetry: http://thegrawn.com/files/decemberfinal3.pdf
Here you can listen to one of my poems I was reading there: "Berlin, Ocean": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_-ittBqk5c&feature=plcp,
I liked it, and the destiny wanted that I publish in that newspaper, I appreciate. You can find it verywhere, in the galleries in Downtown of L.A. in Art District.
I was invited and I discovered such an amazing cultural place like: Beyond Baroque in Venice Beach. This is an exceptional place for poets, writers, actors, started in the 60s with the literary magazine with the name Beyond Baroque, and then they moved in this house 1979, which was a former city hall, and the poetry and literature with the all poets of the Beat Generation found their place where to present their work.
On saturday, 24th of Nov. I was invited by the Poet Teresa Mei Chuc, who I really appreciate to read in the Central Library in Pasadena, city in Los Angeles County, from my novel in German: "Nennen Sie mich Diener", in English translated by Steph Morris, the excerpt of this novel: "Please Call Me Servant" you can read here, at the International Writer´s Program of the Iowa Unviersity:
Here: Me, Teresa Mei Chuc, Elizabeta Betinski, and Margaret Medina! Poetry, novel, memoir and a play! ♥