The Burning of Desire is an intimate and dramatic rendering of life in the United States, 1943 to 2013. It follows one man's journey through political, cultural and social upheaval and the all-pervasive influences of television, movies, books, sports, art, popular music, grand ideas, sexual confusion and drugs- everything that turned the life. It is the autobiography of a generation, t because it honestly witnesses the country during those years but because it illumines how one soul, despite these influences and because of them, finds its way to fulfillment, wisdom and peace. The pivotal moment of the life occurs center stage at the defining political assassination of the century. Alienation: Book Two of The Burning of Desire, 1960-1968, is the young man's coming of age amidst the turmoil of the Sixties in Berkeley, San Francisco and Washington D.C.
About the Author The author believes that every life is intimately connected to every other life but it takes a broken heart to see it. He grew up in the valley north of Los Angeles crazy for sports, girls, rock and roll and his country. He received the finest of educations, practiced civil rights law, entered politics, fled politics, wandered Europe and North Africa and had his heart broken many times. He has written poetry, legal articles, short stories, screenplays, a book of haiku, and directed two feature films. He currently teaches high school and lives in a family of musicians.