Poetry. Martin Ott's first two poetry collections won the De Novo and Sandeen Prizes. In his third collection LESSONS IN CAMOUFLAGE, he continues to explore the theme of casting a light on hidden truths. The book spans his turmoil as a U.S. Army interrogator to conflicts personal in nature: divorce, death, and determination to uncover the mysteries of what makes life worth living.
A former US Army interrogator and longtime resident of Los Angeles, Martin Ott has published eight books of poetry and fiction, most recently FAKE NEWS POEMS (BlazeVOX [books], 2019) and LESSONS IN CAMOUFLAGE (C&R Press, 2018). His first two poetry collections won the De Novo and Sandeen Prizes. His work has appeared in more than two hundred magazines and fifteen anthologies.
Author City: LOS ANGELES, CA USA