About Jenny on the Street by David Haldane
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A desperate young woman lost on the drug-infested streets of London, an insane revolutionary holding the devil in a jar, an indifferent truck driver forced to run over cats and a reverent grandmother looking for God in a rock. All of them inhabit these thirteen short stories set amidst the magic, majesty, mystery, and mayhem of the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was a surreal era of extreme idealism, exaggerated exuberance, ferocious fearlessness, and foolish folly. A period in which the scent of change permeated every tree, town, and tent. A time, in other words, much like our own.
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David Haldane is an award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster currently dividing his time between homes in Joshua Tree, California, and Northern Mindanao, Philippines, where he writes a weekly newspaper column called “Expat Eye.” A former Los Angeles Times staff writer, he authored a 2015 memoir called “Nazis & Nudists” that was a runner-up in the Maxy Awards and finalist in two categories of the New Voices Indie Book Awards. His radio work won a 2018 Golden Mike from the Radio and TV News Association of Southern California. When he’s not chasing dragons and butterflies, Haldane can often be found helping his Filipino wife raise their 10-year-old son and 9-month-old daughter which, he says, is a much harder job than writing.