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Wasn"t tomorrow wonderful? a memoir by Kenneth M. Walsh

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In the summer of "77, while other boys in the Midwest were busy playing Little League and flocking to see Star Wars, young Kenny Walsh was obsessed with Chris Evert and Woody Allen movies - and daydreamed about moving to New York City. But when his family headed west from the suburbs of Detroit to Phoenix, it was the first in a series of events that set his Big Apple ambitions on the wrong course. In this funny and moving memoir, Walsh recounts an idiosyncratic childhood that included an attempt to track down a crazed serial killer, a First Amendment battle with his fourth-grade principal, running the local KKK (that"s Kenny"s Kid Kare) babysitting service - and the mysterious disappearance of his father. Post-college jobs took him to Hollywood and Washington, D.C. - where trouble followed (porn stars, doppelgangers, anxiety disorders) - but he still didn"t feel at home. Walsh finally arrived in Manhattan the week of his thirty-first birthday ... but was tomorrow as wonderful as he dreamed it would be? Kenneth M. Walsh is the author of the popular blog Kenneth in the (212).

Edition Notes

StatementKenneth M. Walsh, a.k.a. kenneth in the (212)
LC ClassificationsHQ75.8.W35 W37 2014
The Physical Object
Pagination203 pages
Number of Pages203
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27159522M
ISBN 101626010552
ISBN 109781626010550

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