On Aug. 17, 2014, my review of Frank J. Dello Stritto's memoir, "I Saw What I Saw When I Saw It: Growing Up in the 1950s & 1960s With Televison Reruns & Old Movies," (2014, Cult Movies Press) was published in the Standard-Examiner newspaper. Here is the beginning:
The term "monster boomer has been used by author Frank J. Dello Stritto to describe himself and it is an apt definition. He's one of those born in the decade after World War II, and a significant portion of his taste in popular culture was shaped by television and movies, and the shows and films most likely to be enjoyed by a boy growing up in New Jersey in a traditional two-parent family.
To read the rest of the review, please go here.
To read an interview I conducted with the author, go to this earlier Plan9Crunch post.
To purchase Frank's memoir, please go to this site.
-- Doug Gibson