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Pat Hartman

Pat Hartman
Ghost Town:
A Venice California Life


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About the Author

The author was always impressed by book jacket bios that listed an eclectic assortment of jobs, and consequently went on to do several interesting things for pay. Overtaken in 1978 by the urge to live in a really weird place she moved to Venice, California, and stayed there six years. More recently, she edited and published 25 issues of a well-reviewed zine, Salon: A Journal of Aesthetics.

About the Book
This non-fiction book covers the time period 1978-1984. Unlike Call Someplace Paradise, it's not about the boardwalk and beachfront, but about Oakwood, the fairly hard-core ghetto which, during the time I lived there, was said to be the second-highest crime area in LA.

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