CounterCulture Series

Sing My Whole Life Long

Jenny Vincent's Life in Folk Music and Activism
By Craig Smith

"This lady is a big breath of hope in a cynical age."—from the Introduction by John Nichols

Leaving New Buffalo Commune

By Arthur Kopecky

This is the second book based on the author's journals about life at one of the most famous communes of the "back to the land" era.

AfterBurn

Reflections on Burning Man
Edited by Lee GilmoreMark Van Proyen

Stories of the counterculture event that brings together thousands each year for a weeklong spasm of self-expression in the Nevada desert.

New Buffalo

Journals from a Taos Commune
By Arthur Kopecky

Kopecky's journals take us back to the beginnings of New Buffalo, one of the most successful of the communes that dotted the country in the 1960s and 1970s, where he and his comrades encountered magic, wisdom, a mix of people, the Peyote Church, planting, and hard winters.