THE LINCOLN CAPER incorporates authentic historical facts and descriptions of Washington City, Richmond and environs into its story for discriminating history buffs.
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This a story about an aspiring writer and is a friendly put-on rather than a smug put-down in tone and voice. It gives us an interpretive glance back in time to the summer of 1967 and its aura of off-beat hippie life-and-love styles. The setting is a well-known tourist attraction eastern art village where "shucking and jiving" is de rigueur in the sub-world of aspiring writers and commercial publishing. Beneath its humorous veneer the subtext is teeming with serious commentary on the state of the publishing industry, especially the major houses in New York City. It's ills are as poignant now as back when the story takes place. Some things never change is the underlying theme. The workshop setting helps get its message across as well as the dream-sequence chapters. The main character, Youngblood Stallion (a pseudonym), with his warped sense of humor, personifies the irony of the story: satire meets parody head-on, while his serious side harbors a strong desire to be a published writer. And he will go to any extreme to attain his goal. But the age-old conflict of art versus business gets in his way.