A candid memoir by Lee Prosser of his early years and writing career, when he became a writer and how he lost his virginity; his friendships with writers Christopher Isherwood, Paul Bowles, Gerina Dunwich, among others with references to: actors Michael Rennie, Lee Marvin, Richard Carlson, Dan Duryea, Paul Richards; writers Robert Bloch and Poul Anderson; The Beach Boys, The Beatles, and music of the 1960s; the Vietnam War; Existentialism; Witchcraft and Witches; Vedanta and Ramakrishna; Christianity; Contemporary Wicca; San Fernando Valley University riot; the beach, ocean, and mountains; jazz; love for cats; art and painting; movies. This is Lee Prosser the inquisitive and curious man, the Existentialist, the man who started his journey on a bus and made frequent stops along the way to encounter life in all of its intricate patterns and mystery. Knowing that a man truly is what he does, he set out to experience life and learn. A remarkable reading experience, this memoir will fascinate the readers with its blunt honesty, surprises, encounters, and unusual happenings. This memoir is a classic of its kind.
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Published October 5, 2001
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