The two co-Authors, Burke and Reifman, describe the fictional character, Woodstock. He is based on many of Mr. Reifman's actual journey experiences. However, Mr. Burke created dialogue and interactions that are totally fictional.
Author F.T. Burke discusses the crazy r-rated antics of the main character Woodstock. Burke also addresses his biggest challenges in building the novel based on many true adventures of co-author Steve Reifman.
Co-Author Steve Reifman talks about the magic on the road while traveling the Hippie Trail.
Co-Authors F.T. Burke and Steve Reifman discuss the time lapse from the actual experience of the Hippy Trail to writing the book to commemorate the event, some 50 years later.
Co-Author Steve Reifman describes his fascination and the influence on society by the Fab Four, The Beatles.
Co-Author Steve Reifman talks about his excitement for the upcoming 50-year Woodstock festival commemoration.
Co-Author, Steve Reifman describes his take on the dawning of the hippie movement.
Co-Author Steve Reifman is a funny man and his own biggest fan. Hilarious!
The Co-authors discuss the many instances of easy-going sex in the story.
The Co-authors state their goal for selling many copies of Wanderer.
Co-Author Steve Reifman describes his experience at Woodstock in 1969, especially meeting the Hog Farm and Wavy Gravy.
Co-author Steve Reifman describes his actual experience of running into the hog farm and Wavy Gravy in Amsterdam in October 1971. He first met them at Woodstock in August 1969.
Co-author Steve Reifman describes his actual experience of running into the hog farm in India. It was the third time he came in the orbit of the hog farm: 1) Woodstock 2) Amsterdam 3) India
Author, F.T. Burke reads an excerpt from "Wanderer," regarding a nun that the character, Woodstock, meets with his friends while visiting The Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.
Co-Author Steve Reifman reads a short excerpt from the book "Wanderer" on Clyde the Camel.
Co-Author Steve Reifman charts his course on a map from northern India to Kathmandu, Nepal.
Co-Author Steve Reifman reads an excerpt from 'Wanderer' where the main character, Woodstock, freshly arrived in Nepal, is walking around checking out the sites of Kathmandu and a monkey temple.
Co-Author Steve Reifman reads an excerpt from the book 'Wanderer.' An event takes place at The Paradiso in Amsterdam. A naked birthday girl wears a clear plastic suit with appendages for drinking a liquid. Hilarious!
Interviewer Kim Field thanks the authors and encourages people to go to the website and get a copy of the Wanderer book to join in the fun.