Tilly and Elmer FlashbackX - Coming of Age in South Branch

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Tilly and Elmer, married sexagenarians from Iowa, reminisce about their high school dating years - the clumsy first date, the dramatic first kiss, the surprise of falling in love, and the glorious but worrisome hands-on, do-it-yourself version of sex-ed in the 60’s. Sweet, funny, nostalgic, and a little dirty. Sometimes more than a little. 60,000 words, 75 illustrations, lots of fun. More

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About Gene Clements

Gene Clements is an artist, architect, and educator. He began the Tilly and Elmer series by writing a couple of paragraphs about a frisky older couple. His friends thought they were funny and wanted to find out what was going to happen if he finished the story. Now they know, for better or worse.
Gene grew up in a small town in the Midwest although he now lives in California. He thinks he’s eighteen, but he’s really the same age as Tilly and Elmer. These stories aren’t necessarily autobiographical. Gene knows a lot of interesting people and has a prolific imagination; a dangerous combination.

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In Coming of Age in South Branch, Tilly and Elmer, sexy sexagenarians from Iowa, reminisce about their passionate, clumsy, delicious, funny (or so it seems in retrospect), and “educational” high school romance. The book describes the delights and disasters experienced by students of do-it-yourself sex education (the only kind available in the Midwest during the early nineteen-sixties). The learning was all hands-on in those days. Of course, this was Tilly and Elmer’s favorite subject and they pursued it with scholarly dedication.

Beginning just before their junior year with Elmer’s discovery, at the local swimming pool, that Matilda Williams, a girl he had known since second grade, could be a possible candidate for his teenaged erotic fantasies, through two years of attentive study in the arts of love, until they tearfully depart for colleges two thousand miles apart, each was responsible for the best part of the other’s education. Their recounting of those days, even though it includes a bit of selective memory and revisionist history here and there, is sweet, nostalgic, funny, and a little dirty. Sometimes more than a little.

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