A picaresque story of love, revolution and betrayal set in 1972 in Peru.
When a car accident makes sixteen-year-old rock and roll freak Harold an orphan and sends him to live with his Aunt Enid in the Californian desert, he and she both find they have to make adjustments to their lives.
Act 2 of Harold and Enid's Palm Springs Opera, picks up their story from where it was left at the end of Desert Blues.
Act 3 of Harold and Enid's Palm Springs Opera, takes up their story three years on from the end of Desert Swing and Desert Blues.
Buffalo Bill Cody, Big Bill Haywood and the struggle for the soul of America seen through the eyes of a young runaway at the turn of the century.
Real estate agent Harrison F. Cartwell's attempt to sub-divide the desert is thwarted by 'Reds', the FBI and the desert.
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There's someone's penis on my shoulder so I can't salute the flag
Home on the range
(Published in The Pen, number 27, Autumn, 1989)
The man who hypnotized chickens
The Pots and Pans Man (A bedtime story for Maya, Bobble and Charlotte)
Images of myself and other strangers
Out of nowhere