With Bill White happily camped in his new Lima flat w. Kel, we now have a second Skype recorded reading of Helix, this one for June 14, 1968. Herein plans are made for the first Sky River Rock Festival – although not named so as yet – Robert Kennedy is shot dead, Lorenzo Milam reveals his esoteric review of KRAB Radio since giving up its management, and Walt Crowley reviews his favorite movie, 2001. And much more.
B.White and P. Dorpat
[audio:http://edge-archive.com/audio/03-10.mp3|titles=HelixVol 3 No 10]
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Walt was my next door neighbor, his dad would ride around the neighborhood on a air bed!