In 2015, after thirty years as a gallery artist and writer on the island of Maui, I relocated to the middle of the Arizona desert. That story is for another time, but my history with those locations is evident in ‘Einstein in Flamingoland’. Other scenes in ‘Einstein’ take place in New Orleans’ French Quarter, my home while a student at Tulane. Further exploration of the surreal world of Einstein’s narrator, Gille Barker, continue on to Chicago and Indianapolis and the farm town of Mason City, Illinois in the prequel, now in progress.
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Einstein in Flamingoland - Confessions of a Fellow Traveler
by George Brinner
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With bad actors in close pursuit, a Hopi Indian cabbie motors Maui artist Gille Barker and an illusive Albert Einstein through Arizona deserts and Louisiana bayous to the French Quarter of New Orleans in search of a satchel's mysterious contents and the secret to life's design.
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