We are all busy getting older, for better and for worse. Here is an unvarnished perspective on aging by author Marc Estrin.
Marc Estrin is a writer, cellist and political activist who lives in Burlington, Vermont. His most recent book, And Kings Shall Be Thy Nursing Fathers, features the ruminations of Tchaikovsky’s corpse. You can find it on Amazon here, or order it from a local bookstore.
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Marc Estrin’s Novels
The Prison Notebooks of Alan Krieger (Terrorist)
When the Gods Come Home to Roost
The Good Doctor Guillotin
The Annotated Nose
The Lamentations of Julius Marantz
The Education of Arnold Hitler
Insect Dreams, the Half Life of Gregor Samsa
Marc Estrin’s Memoir
Rehearsing With Gods: Photographs and Essays on the Bread & Puppet Theater (with Ron Simon, photographer)