The first ten days of the Kafka Project Research was pure tour, and & our Travel Director Corky Lang kept a & "Magical Mystery" journal, which he has shared with us. A former San Diegan and theatre producer/production manager now living and working in Chicago, Corky leads tours all over the world. Corky designed, organized and led the first & Magical Mystery Literary History Tour for us this summer. He kept & everything moving smoothly and effortlessly--for us. It's not as easy as it looks. One of the key phrases that Corky was able to repeat in every city we visited began to resonate with all of us by the time we reached Berlin. And here it is: &
Corky Lang, the
A highlight of the Magical Mystery Travel Blog wasthe work of our guest contributors: Glenda Winders' story in
The first objective of the SDSU Kafka Project's Eastern European project was to spread the word, to alert the public and the archival community that 1) Kafka's writings and letters & from the last year of his life are missing, and 2) We are looking for them.
Having successfully infiltrated the party, Kathi finds Susan Parker-Burns and
We've visited the famous
Kafka is a headliner! Franz Kafka is in theinternational news this week. July 3 marked the 125th anniversary of his birth with special events held in his honor in Germany and elsewhere. The following story broke July 8 in