Mac McLaw is a German independent author from the Ruhr-Area and a frontier
crosser between worlds who will not quite fit into a certain drawer.
He was bartender, coordinated at the German Bundeswehr Navy the helicopter
Search And Rescue operations from the tower, then worked for a long time
backstage at the famous musical Starlight Express; he stood against
the bad guys as a prosecutor, supervised for a certain time the well known
Moorhuhn, got to know among other things the partly mafia structures
of the pharmaceutical industry from within and also found there a lot of
material for his books.
The heart of the unusual former lawyer and football fan beats for the
underdogs of this world and he loves language, the exchange of cultures and
ideas, nature, good books, good movies and music over all…
Published English books:
For his poems books you could say:
Linkin Park, Placebo and Damien Saez press it onto a CD, McLaw between
two book covers.
They say that maybe he is one of the last real romantics.
But maybe that is only half of the truth…
He is also a rebel who wants to speak about the awkward things, to make people
With a lot of feeling and having a very keen eye he tries to get to the heart
of things and to describe them how they happen before his eyes…
Links at Facebook:
“Wie ein wilder Sturm” (Deutsch)
“Love Me – Hate Me – LOVE ME” (Englisch)
“Scottish Heart – German Soul” (Englisch)
“Jungs weinen nicht” (Deutsch)