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When All Was Well In Wellwood by Larry Levy

When All Was Well In Wellwood

by Larry Levy

124 pages
A coming of age autobiography about growing up in 60's and 70's Baltimore. Memories are punctuated with baseball, music, businesses frequented, carnivals, road trips, clothing, hair, games, and the funny personalities of friends and neighbors.

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Category: Autobiography
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About the Book
In this autobiography, Larry Levy looks back on his childhood with wit, warmth, and humor. From Chokeberry Road, where it all began, he delves into the trials and tribulations of growing up in the 60’s and 70’s. His neighbors and friends from school take center stage and give his short stories dimension and humanity. His neighborhood is our neighborhood. His America is our America. “When All Was Well in Wellwood” speaks to the baby boomer generation that grew up in a special time when civility was the cornerstone of suburban life. But his retrospective should also serve as a promise of hope to communities across the country, that the best way forward begins with a generosity of spirit and openness to the past.


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About the Author
Larry Levy is the author of two books of poetry, Convoluted Whispers and The Catharsis of Form, and a book of humorous short stories entitled, “Wait Awhile.” His poetry has appeared in magazines and online. He is a graduate of Towson University with a degree in Philosophy.



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