Victor Vazquez aka Kool A.D.: "OK: A Novel"
Wednesday February 22, 2017
Victor "Kool A.D." Vazquez celebrated his novel OK (Sorry House) by doing a reading and answering questions from the audience.
“The book is about Sex, drugs, art, music, books, pornography, capitalism and its alternatives, crime, violence, race, class, culture, celebrity, obscurity, anonymity, the politics of the day-to-day, apathy, the guilt of “first world” privilege, globalism, the Internet, being broke, being poor, being rich, being in the middle, the “middle class,” class, aspiration, myth, the prison industrial complex, spirituality, detachment, wonder, awe, spectacle, modernity, post modernity, theft, ownership, nature, the sun, the moon, the trees, the mountains, the oceans, the cosmos, mythical gods and real ones, life, death, love, wealth, poverty, racism, just a few things that were running thru my head."
Victor "KOOL A.D." Vazquez is a multidisciplinary Afro-Cuban artist born in San Francisco. He lives in Baja California, Mexico with his wife and daughter. O.K. is his first published novel. It corresponds with a hundred song album of the same name available on iTunes and Spotify.