Eros of Angels

by Radomir Vojtech Luza


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Softcover
£19.95
Softcover
£19.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/22/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 404
ISBN : 9781504963244

About the Book

Imagine a city that breaks you as it makes you. A town whose screeching premise you understand but cannot stomach. A mecca that has brought you from humility, hunger, and white coats prescribing pink pills behind locked and guarded doors to every dream you have ever wanted in nine short years. I give you Los Angeles and Eros of Angels. This 350-page collection of poetry and prose touches on philosophy, theology, metaphysics, science, and God. It attempts to answer the question, why are we here? In metaphor, syntax and syllable without hiding behind clichés, corny quandaries, or curious canons. This tome is a breakthrough for Luza, who writes in a more down-to-earth, relaxed, and modest style than in 2014’s New York Nadir, for example. Eros of Angels then is the collection of a lifetime so far for a naturally gifted poet who has learned by overcoming hurdle after hurdle that now is the key to then.


About the Author

Radomir Vojtech Luza, who was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1963, owes his love of art and politics to his Czech parents, Radomir Sr. and Libuse Podhraska. Luza is a poet laureate of North Hollywood, California, a Pushcart Prize nominee, the author of twenty-six books, and an award-winning wordsmith. His poetry has appeared in over seventy literary journals, magazines, anthologies, and websites such as Kyso Flash, Askew, Nerve Cowboy, Cultural Weekly, and the Lummox Anthology I–IV. Radomir has featured his poetry over one hundred times across the country. Luza, who graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans with a bachelor of arts in English in 1985, as well as Jesuit High School in New Orleans in 1981, has hosted over a dozen readings in cities such as New York; Jersey City, New Jersey; Fort Walton Beach, Florida; and Los Angeles. Radomir currently hosts Unbuckled: NoHo Poetry with Mary Anneeta Mann at TU Studios in North Hollywood on the first Saturday of each month.