Ingeborg Lauterstein was born in Vienna, Austria, and lived there during Hitler’s rise to power. She studied Art and has a D.A. from the Glasgow School of Art. In Austria, she studied at Salzburg with Oskar Kokoschka. She came to this country to attend Black Mountain College where she studied with Joseph Albers.
While there, Charles Olson told her that she was a writer. Later she studied writing with Caroline Gordon and Margaret Young at the New School in New York City.
She married Lincoln Lauterstein, an attorney for the Metropolitan Opera, and had one son. She suffered a stroke in Februrary of 2012 and another fatal one in April of that year.
After a brief absence, hard copies of her books are once again available along with the ebooks of the first two on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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