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People's Park


Format: Paperback, Electronic
Author: David Agranoff
Category: Fiction
Published: March 26, 2024


People's Park in Bloomington, Indiana served as a home away from home for punks, skaters, metalheads, hippies, schizos, homeless vets, and anyone who didn't fit in the mainstream in the summer of '89.

None of the kids knew the park was created after the Klan bombed a Black-owned business back in 1969. One witness to that bombing was Electric Fred who listens to radio static on his Walkman and writes conspiracy theories in his notebooks. Fred's rantings about evil forces are easy to dismiss until those warnings start coming true.

At its heart, People's Park is a love letter to freaks and weirdos everywhere, and a true '80s coming-of-age bizarro horror novel that reads like Stranger Things with punk rock, skateboards and a dose of mind-bending Sci-Fi.


Razor sharp!

“David Agranoff is a razor sharp writer, a storyteller with hard rock pacing, a magician of ideas.”

— John Shirley, screenwriter of The Crow