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Yellow Sunshine By G. Eugene Russell
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A collection of 41 poems written by a young man from age 15 to 23. Composed during the Flower Power era of the late 1960's, through his college years to 1975, they are all here in this unabridged... More > edition-the bad and the good, the sentimental and the powerful, the trivial and the profound. Some are dated by time, while others are contemporary in their timelessness. A poignant glimpse into the heart and soul of a young author.< Less
Another Road in Another Time: A Model: A Road Trip in 1929 By G. Eugene Russell & Anita H. Russell
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The adventures and everyday life of an Iowa family driving their new Ford Model A west to California during the first months of the Great Depression. Traveling nearly 10,000 miles in 1929 and '30,... More > mostly on dirt roads, through 12 different states, their journey lasted seven and a half months. Recounted from a daily diary and photographs they took along the way, this volume is a significant historical record of the early days of automobile road trips. Includes 113 photographs.< Less
Six Wheels West By G. Eugene Russell
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Inspired by the 1969 movie Easy Rider, three young men - two still teenagers - left Denver, Colorado, on three motorcycles and rode 4,300 miles through five western states. Here is the true story of... More > their intriguing adventures on the road in 1971.< Less
Naturally Gay - a memoir By G. Eugene Russell
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One boy's autobiographical account of discovering his homosexuality in the 1960's - through his life to the present day. An honest portrayal of his loves, his trials, his observations, and his... More > opinions about gay life in America. Particularly poignant for the uninitiated — anyone who is curious about homosexuals, is questioning their own sexuality, is gay and wondering about their future, the parent of a gay child, or anyone else who is interested. This unique and highly personal memoir delves into many wide-ranging aspects of homosexuality, from “nature vs. nurture” to liaisons with straight men. Russell questions whether being gay is a choice, or a natural occurrence of biology. Fascinating insights into one's gay world. Curious?< Less

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