Trina Otero, Akosmopolite

How Do You Think a Revolution Begins?

By Trina Otero I was younger than 10 years of age when I discovered Ernest Hemingway. His literature and expatriate life whisked me away to a vision.. A vision I would always keep in my mind and heart. I yearned for a group of Lost Generation'ers - I knew I would need to connect with … Continue reading How Do You Think a Revolution Begins?

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How You Can Support Young Writers!

By Trina Otero Hi all! If you prefer to watch and listen to me rather than read, click on my video below! 🙂 I am taking some time to share a project I am involved in. My very good friend Ashley Mack-Jackson and her friend Rashida Greene have invited me to join the board of directors … Continue reading How You Can Support Young Writers!

The Rare Love of the Artist

By Trina Otero "There are three layers of the human individual: his physiology, the body; his psychology, the mind; and his being, his eternal self. Love can exist on all the three planes, but its qualities will be different. On the plane of physiology, body, it is simply sexuality. You can call it love, because the … Continue reading The Rare Love of the Artist

Trash Talk

By Trina Otero What I am about to share will most likely bring tears to the eyes of every writer worldwide. And artists. And photographers. Well, anyone with a craft. Ten years' worth of my writing is squashed under tons [literally] of trash in the Outer Loop Landfill. I didn't perform an experiment nor did … Continue reading Trash Talk