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19th Year: A Memoir of 1972-1973
by Chris Hables Gray ( chg13 [at] cruzio.com )
Wednesday Dec 21st, 2011 11:25 PM
19th Year: A Memoir of 1972-1973 covers my first hitchhiking trip across country, protesting at the 1972 Republican Convention in Miami and traveling rough through Europe and North Africa.

Friends, Comrades, Strangers! Free books. I’ve just published free on-line two books from my past. My memoir of my 19th year, written in 1973 and a magical-realist novel I wrote in 1985. They are available now for downloading and reading at the sites listed below and, soon, at my website (http://www.chrishablesgray.org) where my first nonfiction book, Postmodern War: The New Politics of Conflict is already available at:
(http://www.chrishablesgray.org/postmodernwar/index.html)

Thanks for your interest, Chris Hables Gray
(chg13 [at] cruzio.com)

19th Year: A Memoir of 1972-1973 covers my first hitchhiking trip across country, protesting at the 1972 Republican Convention in Miami and traveling rough through Europe and North Africa.

It Could Be Magic is a magical-realist punk-anarchist novel published as samizdat in the 1980s when I was living in Urban Stonehenge. Lots of sex, magic, witches, and revolution. At issuu you have to log in and say you are 18. On my site it will be available to all.

* It Could Be Magic (published in three parts)
• Nice lay out but need to sign in
http://issuu.com/chrishablesgray/docs/itcouldbemagicpart1
http://issuu.com/chrishablesgray/docs/itcouldbemagicpart2
http://issuu.com/chrishablesgray/docs/itcouldbemagicpart3

In one file, easy to read (but no flippy pages as Issuu has), and downloadable to read, print, or for your mobile:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/76210205/It-Could-Be-Magic

• 19th Year: A Memoir of 1972-73
• Nice layout (flippity books), no need to sign in:
http://issuu.com/chrishablesgray/docs/19thyear
§It Could Be Magic
by Chris Hables Gray Wednesday Dec 21st, 2011 11:25 PM

It Could Be Magic is a magical-realist punk-anarchist novel published as samizdat in the 1980s when I was living in Urban Stonehenge. Lots of sex, magic, witches, and revolution.