The Ongoing Relevance of the Sixties and Seventies and Other Essays and Memoirs

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Essays and memoirs on the sixties and seventies, rock music, writing, travel, science fiction, and other topics. Includes: "The Ongoing Relevance of the Sixties and Seventies", "A Tales of Two Jackets", "Reflections on The Who's Performance of Quadrophenia in San Diego, February 5th 2013", "Loneliness Versus Solitude", "Standing Up to Intimidation", "On Attending ConDor 2013, San Diego
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About John Walters

John Walters recently returned to the United States after thirty-five years abroad. He lives in Seattle, Washington. He attended the 1973 Clarion West science fiction writing workshop and is a member of Science Fiction Writers of America. He writes mainstream fiction, science fiction and fantasy, and memoirs of his wanderings around the world.

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Jnana Hodson reviewed on July 26, 2019

Walters finds himself rooted in the '60s and '70s, a period he acknowledges as being both personally painful and life-changing. We have that in common. His title promises a much wider range of inquiry than these six essays deliver, but they do make for an easygoing pitch for his hippie-based novel "The Misadventures of Mama Kitchen" and related short stories, followed by mention of his memoir of hitchhiking in America and abroad, "World Without Pain." Nice to know they're available.
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