Writer, actor, taxi, bus and truck driver,
factory and restaurant worker, youth
counselor, softball playing Irish American.
One of God's favorite semi-wayward pupils—
ten years on the road, hitching East Coast,
West Coast, spent most of the 60s in the
Haight/Ashbury. Pendulum days, until he
finally learned that locomotion never solves
Thirty-five years on the stage; roles included
Willy Loman, “Death of a Salesman”
Jud Frye, “Oklahoma” Sheridan Whiteside,
“The Man who Came to Dinner”
Eddie Carbone, “A View From the Bridge”
Authored “We Came to Fight a War”
Honorable mention/ Military Writers
Society of America/ Non –fiction memoir
Where to find Jack Flynn online
Where to buy in print
It's Okay to Lie If Your Fingers are Crossed
By Jack Flynn
Published: July 28, 2012.
There is some graphic sexuality addressed and expressed in this book and the language, one could describe, as colorful. In the light of that, it would not be proper or accurate to classify its contents as “juvenile fiction”. Rather, it is an adult story for adults who still have some “kid” left in them and a “Kid” story, only under the cautionary umbrella of PG-13.
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