Unlikely Stories Presents

LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL: now that's a name, folks

To the Unlikely Stories home pageExploring the connection between the genius and the madman, the poems and short stories of Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal wrap themselves in violent words, yet never lose sight of mankind's highest ideals. Pregnant with rage, these writings demand to be read, offering the wisdom of their author for the reader's dissection. There's a great deal to learn from these vivid and livid writings.

Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, 35, was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico), and has lived in Los Angeles County since age 7. He works in the mental health field. His poems in English and Spanish have appeared in The American Dissident, The Blue Collar Review, Pemmican Press, and Struggle Magazine. Pygmy Forest Press will publish his first book of poems, "Raw Materials." Drop him a line at Cuatemochi@aol.com.

Luis's works here at Unlikely Stories are:

One More Try Crow Songs
Face in the Sun Stay Clean

The Incident A New Body
Talent To Spare I Am Nobody
How Do You Feel? Concoction
The Ruse Sitting in the Sun
Voices Like Conversations Columbus Day
Making a Fist Small World
Stop the Devil Counting Teeth
Bitter Another Pilgrimage

The Skull-Smasher Little Man, Who Made You?