Radomir Vojtech Luza

From his first book, The Harahan Journal (1986) to his 24th, The Cafe' Latte (2011), Radomir Vojtech Luza has averaged about a book a year. He has been widely-published in literary journals, anthologies and on websites, and has organized poetry readings across the country, including Unbuckled: Noho Poetry, which he co-organizes and hosts in North Hollywood, CA and a new Reading at The Republic of Pies in NOHO which he hosts and organizes.
Radomir attended Holy Name of Jesus Elementary School, Jesuit High School and received a BA in English from Tulane University in New Orleans. He has also written and contributed to over 25 newspapers and magazines all over the country, including The Times Picayune in New Orleans, The Jersey Journal in Jersey City, NJ, Creative Loafing in Atlanta, GA and The Bucks County Courier-Times outside Philadelphia, PA.
Luza has also recorded three spoken word CD’s to music: Straight Outta NOHO: Incomplete, Nothing Water and his latest, In the Dark of Morn: A Journey Towards Love (A Recording of 38 poems written in two mornings).

Edgar Allan Poet's 2013
Sundress Award
Best of the Net Nominee!

Radomir Vojtech Luza: Patron saint of North Hollywood poetry