Dust, Rainbows and Dirty Sox

Dust, Rainbows and Dirty Sox

by Ken Piaskowski


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Forty-two days of solitude--with breaks.

AIDS was not yet a part of the everyday lexicon. Some drugs were still legal. "Classic Rock" was not yet a genre. Nobody had named as airport after Ronald Reagan--he was the new president who'd just survived being shot. And Sullivan Duda went to a cabin in the woods to reflect and write the story of his Journey to the west, when his adventures had culminated in a mystical experience. Now he faced the ultimate question: "To be or not to be?" What do you do after you become God? And when do we eat?
Rupert on the other hand, likes to rhyme.
Lalalala lalala.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780971218208
Publisher: Mayopia Productions, LLC
Publication date: 07/24/2001
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.73(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Ken Piaskowski has worn many moccasins:Altar boy, writer, football player, Social Security Administration clerk, bartender, bouncer, band manager, doggerel writer, gardener, door-to-door salesman, dishwasher, cab driver, real estate salesman, construction worker, firewood cutter, shopping mall Santa Claus, night watchman, food handler, stage actor, pari-mutuel clerk, movie extra, plasma seller, narrator, typist, substitute teacher, fisherman, boat waxer, photographer, migrant worker, water man, producer/director, documentary filmmaker, founding president of Ocean City, Maryland Friends of the Library, entrepreneur, census taker. And so on. . .

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