What makes a man’s life unravel? Why does he repeatedly disrupt his close relationships and burn bridges? And how does he still make an indelible mark on the world?
Ed Reynolds, the older brother of Mr. Woodstock (Robert Depew, aka Bob Reynolds), documents what is known about Bob’s life to look for answers to those questions. Bob had abundant artistic talent, was well-read, and loved to write. He influenced his friends, traveled and worked in Europe, and impacted institutions from the U.S. Marines to the community of Woodstock, NY. Bob was a devotee of Jack Kerouac, the Beat and Hippie generations, and communes. He claimed that James Michener dubbed him a “Drifter” during his life in Spain. 220 pages, softcover.