By the Time I Got There: or Space Meets Thyme

By the Time I Got There: or Space Meets Thyme

by D.E. Munson
By the Time I Got There: or Space Meets Thyme

By the Time I Got There: or Space Meets Thyme

by D.E. Munson


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An insider’s view of Woodstock from the outside.

Space Larrabee had planned to go to the 1969 Woodstock Festival, but he misses it because he procrastinates. And so begins his journey of a thousand miles.

Experience what happens when Space meets Thyme. Explore their inner and outer universes as the shadow of Atlantis slowly looms over the music, psychedelia, and dreams of their life and times.

Atlantis surfaces periodically in Space’s life as a physical antagonist, especially at the Sufi meditation camp they attend at Woodstock, New York in 1974. He surfaces again three years later with a surprise move that shatters the world of Space and Thyme.

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ISBN-13: 9781948796446
Publisher: Epigraph Publishing
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

D.E. Munson is the author of By the Time I Got There, first novel in this series, detailing the antics of Space Larrabee in his quest for love and meaning in life. Space's blog is at Munson, an award-winning poet, copywriter, graphic designer, guest speaker, and folksinger, attended Lycoming College, Binghamton University, University of New Hampshire, Rivier College, and New England College. He received Ben Franklin, MIPA, and New Generation INDIE awards for book design, and three Connie Awards for copywriting and newsletter design. His fiction has been published in Aphelion Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy and the Beacon Magazine. His articles and stories have appeared in regional, national, and international publications. He has co-authored and compiled books read by over a million people in eleven languages.
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