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A Writer's Guide to The All-Pervasive Propaganda Network
Tenth Edition, 2011
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October 26, 2014
Ginny Good is an okay book. It's easily as good or better than any narrative nonfiction book published anywhere in the world so far this century, but that's not saying much. The Multimedia Audio Book of GINNY GOOD is the most beautiful work of literary art ever made. That's saying a lot. Click a link or two and see for yourself. Here are five short chapters, pick one and listen to it.
Chapter 7 (North Beach), New Year's Eve, 1962:
Chapter 18 (Ocean Beach), Winter 1965:
Chapter 23 (Golden Gate Park), Fall, 1967:
Chapter 27 (Sutro Heights), Summer, 1969:
Chapter 35 (I-5), Spring, 2004:
If you're up to spending forty-five minutes to have the doors of your perception opened a crack, try Chapter 19 (La Honda), May, 1965, aka "the acid chapter:"
If you have another half an hour, listen to Chapter 31 (Sacramento), August, 1973, aka "the heroin chapter:"
Nobody's ever done anything like either one of them and there are plenty more chapters where they came from. You can read and/or listen to Ginny Good (ISBN: 0972635750) in its entirety on any device for free:
The link includes the index to The Multimedia Audio Book of GINNY GOOD, which is free, tooeverything I do is free. Click the "Listen (Multimedia)" links to hear more chapters. If you want the whole fifteen-hour extravaganza on .mp3 CDs, give me a mailing address and I'll send you a copy. Thanks. G.
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