Re: RARA-AVIS: 1960s: No acid freakouts?

Date: 04 Feb 2003

In a message dated 2/4/03 12:25:24 AM, writes:

<< For all that other writing, and other genre fiction, was affected by the sixties, from what little I know about that time, I don't see many changes.

    I agree, but there were a few "Post 60's" writers like Roger L. Simon
(Moses Wine), David Debim (Albie Marx) and Kinky Friedman who adopted the sixties anti-establishment rebel attitude for their work and who incorporated sixties protest issues into their stories. Cutter's Way and The Armageddon Rag are crime stories that can only be understood in the light of the angst of the sixties, and I'm sure there are many other sixties shaped and sixties tinged books out there that I can't think of at the moment.

                                        Jim Blue

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