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‘Goodbye Heiko, Goodbye Berlin’ By Owen Levy

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GoodbyeThis astonishing saga is set in Cold War Berlin before and after German reunification. As a resident alien, Levy witnessed the near-overnight “Wende,” or changeover. His insider’s view reveals seldom-described alternative lifestyles and a cultural underground that existed in the German Democratic Republic even in the grip of Soviet domination—not to mention the nascent anticommunist sentiment that eventually led to East Germany’s unceremonious demise. Levy (also the author of the acclaimed 1982 novel A Brother’s Touch) spent over a decade living in West Berlin covering film and music for industry trades Variety and Billboard, among others. Goodbye Heiko, issued under the publishing imprint, is available in hardcover, trade paperback, and e-Book, and is also sold through traditional wholesalers and online retailers. Troy Carrington



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Troy Carrington

Troy Carrington is a regular contributor to OutSmart Magazine.

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