Born Washington, D,C, Lived in New York City, San Francisco, Paris and London. Divorced with three children. Currently living in Los Angeles. Articles in Village Voice, Saturday Evening Post, Evergreen Review, Crawdaddy, etc. Associate Editor for "The Catalog of Cool" (Warner Books) and "Too Cool" (St. Martins). Films: Co-Writer/Director/Actor in "Lemora: A Child's Tale Of The Supernatural" (1972) and C-Writer/Associate Producer/Actor in "Eating Raoul" (1982). TV: Writer/Director "Miss Mae Dusa" episode of "Tales From The Darkside".
by Dick Blackburn
During the late 1990’s a young Rhode Island record collector’s obsessive pursuit of a rare 45 rpm threatens first his marriage and then, due to a double crossing mobbed up record dealer, his very life.
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