Family Ties and a Rock and Roll Guy | Memoir

As I continue to struggle in my relationship with my father and to be a good father to my son, I seek out memoirs that relate stories about families, particularly fathers and sons. Four of this month’s memoirs do just that; two of them—Benjamin Taylor’s The Hue and Cry at Our House: A Year Remembered and Michael Frank’s The Mighty Franks—exceedingly well. The one exception, Jim Dickinson’s quirky collection of memoirs about his adventures in early rock and roll, is just for fun, just for a breather. Happy reading!
Dickinson, Jim. I’m Just Dead, I’m Not Gone. Univ. Pr. of Mississippi. …read more

Source: Library Journal: Collection Development