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Local Attorney's Latest Novel Conjures Up Adventure

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The legendary cow skull, Smith's symbol of spiritual enlightenment.

Fort Wayne attorney Mark Smith is becoming known for writing humorous, larger-than-life fiction, and he's done it again with his 3rd novel. Rock & Roll Voodoo.

Set in the 1970's, the story reflects on the music, spirit and pop culture sensibilities of the baby boomer generation as seen through the author's eyes, while delivering a timeless message of self awareness.

Last week, WBOI's Julia Meek sat down with Smith to discuss why the technique he utilized for telling this new story suits his purposes, and what he learned along the way.

Rock & Roll Voodoo books and T shirts are available at Castle Gallery in Fort Wayne.  For more information, visit the Gallery website.

A Fort Wayne native, Julia is a radio host, graphic artist, and community volunteer, who has contributed to NIPR both on- and off-air for forty years. Besides being WBOI's arts & culture reporter, she currently co-produces and hosts Folktales and Meet the Music.
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