In Megaglorations, Wesley Franz insists on questioning what we have been doing on this planet of ours, and why, and how. Magic is to be found here; the concealed richness of ordinary life is here too. This is thought-provoking, mind-nudging verse
for everyone to enjoy – and, maybe, to have some fun.
Wesley Franz graduated as a Mechanical Engineer and worked as such for 27 years, having mostly lived in Sao Paulo, but also, briefly, in London and Los Angeles. He has been teaching English for 26 years now, and currently trains PhDs in the field of biology. He has written poetry for over 20 years, but only published in
2018. When not scribbling he likes sailing or walking on parks in Megaglorations around the world: this World.
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