Sadiq in Berlin

Feature

Friday, November 02, 2007

Just like Fitzgerald, Hemingway and Gertrude Stein holed up in postwar Paris, Berlin has become the place to be for creative internationals in the years since the Wall fell. Sadiq Bey is a poet and musician from Detroit who moved to Berlin when he was 53 years old. Produced by Owen Agnew and Hilke Schellmann.

Contributors:

Owen Agnew and Hilke Schellmann

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