Georg E. Mateos
Born in Sausalito, CA., Georg is a child that lost his world of promised smiles in a home which never was sweet, and was going on thirty by the age of twelve. Georg started as a Navy Radio Operator, advanced through combat Marines, graduating as a Mechanical and Electrical Engineer serving in the Merchant Navy. Writing by the Institute of Children Literature, Georg is Influenced by Pablo Neruda, saying that he could write the saddest poem one night, by Marquez One hundred Years of Solitude, and Orwell's 1984. Georg muses that "Salvador Dali could have painted my life."
A globetrotter since 12 years old went through life as a soldier, sailor, and many other things, going into retirement to become a writer trying to write books that work. Oil painting, sculptures, and drawings fill the spaces between writing flurries. Smiles not included.
More of Georg's writings and information about his publications is availabe on his pages on the Author’s Den Website. Please click on the logo on the right to visit the site.