I got Hank Harrison's Book of the Dead when I was a Freshman in college in 1972 - it came with a flimsy 45 rpm record of Neal Cassady holding court which is long since gone. It is a book that I understood more as time went on.
Congrats on the sure-to-be surefire bestseller
Hey there. My name is Leslie Soule. I'm looking for people to review my stepfather's semi-autobiographical novel titled The Temple of The Heart - set in the 70s, it's about a monk who leaves the monastery to pursue life in all its glory. Also, it's about my stepfather's experiences seeing Grateful Dead shows and going to Winterland.
If anyone's interested, I'll send the PDF of the novel.
You can contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through my website.
coming out in October: Paul Grushkin (author of The Official Book of the Dead Heads) has a new book featuring those illustrated envelopes into which Heads poured their creative hearts and souls before sending them off to the ticket office. The ticket office ladies, Steve Marcus, et al., fortunately saved them and now they're in the Grateful Dead Archive. And people are still sending gorgeous creations to GDTS Too.
The book will be in the Store here in due course, but if you'd like to keep up with the happenings in the meantime, feel free to check out our Facebook page
where we're posting some of the envelopes a little early... Thanks!
I Learned From the Grateful Dead
by my pal Barry Barnes, who is a business professor of some repute. You can find out about this on his Facebook page.
New book coming out!
Not sure on a release date though.
any one ever heard the aoxomoxoa released from europe. different takes and all from US version!
the thread! Your Own Storefront also an OK place...
Is this the thread where I can blatantly self-promote my own fictionalized account of 10 plus years of following the Dead, "The Hallucinogenic Bible", in which I discuss the Dead and its role as a religion. Music, religion, road trips, drugs, cops, all that and more. Available as an e-book only on Amazon Kindle, if interested.
Hey there. My name is Leslie and I wanted to post about my stepfather's e-book titled The Temple of the Heart. My stepfather, Richard A. Anderson, was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. He passed away in 2002 after a long bout with diabetes. However, I managed to get his manuscript published after his death, and it's available as an ebook. In it, he chronicles his trips to see the Grateful Dead at Winterland, on his path to self-discovery.
The Temple of the Heart page on my website has buy links for his novel. Visit my site for details at http://www.lesliesoule.com
-Leslie D. Soule