I've Always Loved Older Women is an intimate memoir written by Howard Barker. Born in 1924, he shares stories of growing up in rural Mississippi, the tragic loss of both his parents at the age of seven, serving in the military during World War II, surviving an exciting life of a starving artist in New York City, and finally becoming a successful set designer in theater, television, and film. He weaves his professional experiences and his personal relationships with the greats and near greats, movie stars, and other extraordinary older women, finally finding the love he was always searching for.
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About the Author
Howard Barker was born in the rural South nearly one hundred years ago. After serving in World War II, he made his way to New York and worked his way up to a successful career in set design for television commercials and films. For years, he has been on and off writing his memoir, looking back on a life richly lived. He worked hard and played harder, married once before and almost again before meeting his wife, Madeleine, in Denmark, the love of his life, eighteen years younger. They have three children and three grandchildren, who bring them great joy.