WELCOME TO MY ATTIC

Odds’n’Ends

Be careful not to trip. This is where I store previously unpublished — or barely published — writing about stuff that interests me.

Our attics are full of things we want to keep but can’t figure out where to put. So I’m putting some stuff here — castoff things, like old pole lamps, dusty Bowflex benches and chapters from books that were never written.

In my attic you’ll find some writing projects that didn’t work out. I abandoned most of these things, but can’t bear to get rid of them. I hope you find something to enjoy.

WM

CONTENTS
Bob Woodward

Pulling the Thread
When the Washington Post
Broke the Watergate Story

The Back-County Boy Genius
When Tom Wolfe met Ken Kesey

Set the Night on Fire
Los Angeles Politics in the Sixties

Terry Southerm

Pandemonium With a Big Grin
Adventures in Metajournalism
with Terry Southern and Hunter Thompson

David Crosby

Freak Power
When Hunter S. Thompson
Ran for Sheriff

Man in a White Suit
Literary Journalism: The Early Days

Intensive Care
A Memoir of Sleep Deprivation

Southern Exposure
A Deep South Journey

Eight Miles High
When David Crosby
Got Fired By His Band

State of Emergency
A Hurricane Memoir

God Thoughts
Letter to a Friend

WATCH THIS SPACE
MORE TO COME


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