Thursday, October 18th, 2012
Born and raised in a small town in East Texas, Kramer Wetzel always wanted to be a writer. Educated in Dallas (TX), Roswell (NM), and finally completing both college and university degrees in Phoenix & Tempe (AZ), he wandered around the Southwest ultimately settling in his native Austin.
Forged in that creative cauldron, and his proper sense of the absurd honed over decades in South Austin’s Shady Acres Trailer Park, along the shores of the Colorado River, his current home is now further south in the cradle of western freedom, San Antonio (TX).
From a careful study of medieval literature to current documentation that Texans are descended from a race of space aliens, Kramer is a professor of humanity.
The weekly column, “Fishing Guide to the Stars,” is a pioneering effort to combine his ongoing study of various schools of astrology, astronomy, and the science of human behaviors, trying to make sense of life, wrapped in an amusing container.
First penned in 1987, online since 1993, weekly from 1995, Kramer authored daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly horoscopes. His current long-standing love is the weekly format.
As a typical Sagittarius, he continues to travel as an occasionally itinerant astrology reader, speaker and teacher.
He’s been featured on local and national TV, as an astrologer.
Thursday October 18th
Round Rock, Texas
Address given with RSVP
Refreshments will be offered throughout the night.