After receiving degrees from Cornell, Michael C. Ahn worked on the Apollo space program before moving on to teach and consult for business and government. This is his first book of fiction. He lives in a small town in California.
In this collection of eleven diverse stories from the Sixties, Michael C. Ahn presents vignettes of a period when bow ties gave way to long hair. Some stories are poignant, others haunting or riveting, but all evoke a decade of shifting mood in the country. A handful of these stories have previously appeared in literary reviews.