Paul Pines

Paul Pines:  grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbets Field and passed the early 60s on the Lower East Side of New York.  He shipped out as a Merchant Seaman, spending part of 65/66 in Vietnam, after which he drove a cab until opening his Bowery jazz club, The Tin Palace, the setting for his novel, The Tin Angel.  Redemption, a second novel, is set against the genocide of Guatemalan Mayans.  My Brother’s Madness, a memoir, explores the unfolding of intertwined lives.  He has published thirteen books of poetry.  For more detailed information, please visit online.