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How to Care About Humans|
This is a book about life. My life specifically, but it is a book full of things that we all can relate to.
Read it online and save a tree.
· Title: The Autobiography of Alex Mead
· Subtitle: How to Care About Humans
· Author: Alex Mead
· Format: online book
Three chapter free preview.|
Chapter 01: Growing Up
Chapter 02: How the Other Half Lives
Chapter 03: Breastquest
Chapter 04: Friends
Chapter 05: Shutting Down
Chapter 06: Monsoon
Chapter 07: Maybe
Chapter 08: College Boy
Chapter 09: Motherhood
Chapter 10: AMProSoft
Chapter 11: Dawnmarie
Chapter 12: Workin
Chapter 13: Years With Mom
Chapter 14: Activate!
Chapter 15: Heather
Chapter 16: Roller Coaster
Chapter 17: Nader Days
Chapter 18: Opus
Chapter 19: Thirty Three and One Third
* Aspiring Parents
* BBSers and Computer Programmers
* Children of the 70s and 80s
* Conscious Hip Hop fans
* Doers and Thinkers
* Fans of trees, clean air and clean water
* Folks who've recently lost a loved one
* If you've ever closed your eyes and tried to use the Force (even if you don't admit it)
* Internet Addicts
* Interracial people and couples
* Lovers, fans of falling in love
* Mama's Boys
* People interested in the Green Party
* People who say Communism in public
* Porn Surfers
* Polyamorous people
* Readders of Books
* Sex Addicts
* Those struggling with maintaining a healthy weight (I fought and won)
* Unitarian Universalists
* Writers of poems, songs, essays & stuff
* Everyone Else
Comments on this book: |
Alex is a very compassionate human being and writer. He is a great inspiration to those
of us who sometimes doubt the integrity of human nature.
His great sense of humor has often gotten me out of my despondency.
~Heather K. [Sweetheart]
Alex Mead is my neighbor and a friend (and of many of you), a writer, activist for social
justice, visual artist, bicyclist non pariel, and webmaster extraordinairre. [His] style is
direct, dry, descriptive, and very genuinely the voice of a rational young man coming up in
a world that makes no sense at all. He skillfully and unpretentiously demonstrates the
relationship of the personal and political, using language and imagery anyone can access,
whether you grew up on Dodge Street or St. James Street, or both. When you read it, you
will wish you were as fortunate as Alex, to know the languages of at least two worlds, and
you'll recognize the gift he is to our community. And it's a neat tour thru Buffalo's hoods.
-Roxanne [Author, Artist, Women in Black]
"It's very engaging, It's very digestable, the writing is really nice.
It's subtle and easy, not simple, but it's easy."
-Theresa [Hostess of speakEasy radio]
Thank you so much for sending me the link... It's rather addictive reading I have to say!
It's a privilege to be able to read about somebody's life like that, and you've put it all
together with humour (there's that U thing again!) and humility. And I like the fact that
as I'm reading it, I can imagine you just sitting there talking about your life (if that
-Matt "MP73" [Beastie Boys BBS]
Peacemakers and Peacelovers,
Many people like to read in the summer, either in their backyards or at the beach or in a park.
I read many evenings all year round and can recommend a book that I am currently enjoying. It
is, in fact, written by one of our own. I am speaking about Alex Mead's autobiography. It is
extremely well written, poignant and funny, too. It's price is reasonable and the book is a
real page turner.
-Sandy Carrubba [chairwoman, Erie Country Green Party]