Vera Graaf

Writer, journalist, filmmaker.

Credit photographer: Peter Cunningham

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A site, a writer, a reader...

This is the site of a memoir writer, avid reader, enthusiastic city dweller, passionate breakfaster, boulevardier, museum goer, movie and theater fan, wine drinker and cheese eater. I don’t believe that everyone is an artist or a writer, but I do believe that most people have one book in them. That book is Virgin Territories – Tales of a Caribbean Movie Theater, published in 2022 and available on or Amazon

If you read German, you might prefer the German version Hofmannsthals Enkel – Das karibische grosse Filmtheater,  published in August 2020, by Muery Salzmann Verlag in Salzburg, Austria.

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