Baby boomers love to talk about how great the 60s were and, yeah, there was some awesome music, but the books I read set in that decade make it seem kind of annoying. Richard Farina was a half-Cuban, half-Irish writer and singer who married Joan Baez's sister and died in a motorcycle accident. This acclaimed novel gives you a sense of the heady, idealistic atmosphere of the 60s, but I doesn't hold much interest for the younger reader/writer. Introduction by Thomas "V" Pynchon. Also, see the non-fiction "Positively 4th Street."
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