Wolf House

My grandfather and Jack London published stories in Out West magazine that was part of the ‘Back to the Earth’ movement. Jack and George Sterling were members of the Bohemian Club. London’s house predated the houses by Brook-Kothlow. “A principal author of the Bohemian Modern [my term for it] design
vocabulary, an idiom that found its energy source first in the Beat
scene and then in the 1960s/70s back-to-the-land movement and its
ad-hoc handmade house phenomenon, Brook-Kothlow was a major figure of
first-wave environmental architecture in the American West. He
specialized in conceiving houses that have that aura—an overwhelming
feeling that gets you in the solar plexus the moment you sit down in
front of the fireplace.

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When my grandson, Tyler Hunt, were doing a painting together, Patrice Hanson, looked on with disgust. This goes back to our conversation at the ruins of Jack London’s Wolf House where I told my wife to be my families creative legacy was falling into the hands of outsiders the same way London’s legacy came to be owned by hostile outsiders. I told Patrice I am authoring a biography, and my rivals are inventing lies in their biogrphy of my famous sister, Rosamond. All of a sudden, Patrice says;

“Are you saying our daughter get all her talent from you?”

I got angry, for this woman, who had two sons by two fathers, did not allow me to be a father for sixteen years, and did her damnedest to have Heather believe she got all her gufts from her utterly un-gifted mother, who never was an artist, poet, or, writer. Patrice…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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