In the late sixties a Californian musician named RJ McKendree blows through Underhill where he writes a set of haunting psychedelic folk songs
The moon ... like an ambitious demagogue, who hides his aspiring purpose by assuming the prevalent hue of popular sentiment... by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Photos by Frank C. Grace
Fanfares of Courage, Naked Aggression: lost in Texas • Earth clothing • Quest for horses • Nudists • 1st Gig • 1st friend • on the road again
Is the spiral the shape of life?
Savor the Light of Day: Miniature horses • Sting • first kiss • New Orleans!
Orange Cat Staring at the Moon: New Orleans • Goats• French Quarter • Busking • Searching for P.O.R.N.
But the Shadows Danced Too Much for Me to See: Neutral Ground Coffeehouse • Mollusks • New Clothes • Piercings • Crescent City Dinner Theater
Morning's Promise: Escape from the Dinner Theater • Camellia Grill • Revelations
Experimenting with drugs • KINC meeting • Infiltrator • Radio show • Horse-napping • Showdown • Lord Snood!
Carried Through the Gates as the Contraband of Time. by Beth W. Patterson. Illustrations by Morgan Wagner.
...when the suns shines hot and the wind blows cold...
a short story that touches on New Orleans’ festering tensions with the Robert E. Lee statue, the roiling emotions connected to it and the power of symbols