Malcolm Terence

Malcolm Terence is an editor, along with Susan Keese and Don Monkerud, of Free Land, Free Love, Tales of a Wilderness Commune. He is a frequent contributor to California Teacher and EcoNews. Before he moved to the Black Bear commune in 1968, he was a newspaper writer in Los Angeles. For other insights into the late 1960s, he recommends Sleeping Where I Fall by Peter Coyote, Fugitive Days by Bill Ayers and the documentary film about Black Bear titled Commune, directed by Jonathan Berman.

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