Dale R. Gowin
Dale Robert Gowin was born in 1950 in Palmer, Alaska. He is a free-lance writer, a banjo-playing singer-songwriter, an ex-convict and veteran of the “war on drugs,” a self-employed entrepreneur, an anarchist, a communist, a dreamer (but not the only one), a vegetarian, a homeless vagabond, a midnight toker, a sinner saved by grace, a Thelemite, a student of esoteric philosophy, and the founder of the Church of Gnostic Luminism.
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The Man Who Never Came Down and other stories
by Dale R. Gowin
Imagine a psychedelic drug that takes you on a one-way trip that never ends (The Man Who Never Came Down)... explore the dream dimension between death and rebirth (Phantasmagloria)... visit a beautiful woodland glade one last time as it is gobbled up by a mechanical monster (Goodbye to Rams Gulch)... watch as your soul-mate slips away from you, never to return (A Shooting Star).
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