Paul Justison left high school early for the bright lights of Haight-Ashbury. Later, he earned two anthropology degrees, but never worked in the field. Instead, he pursued a lengthy career in planning and consulting. In retirement, he turned to writing, another endeavor for which he has no specific training. "April, 1968" is an excerpt from his unpublished novel, Lost and Found in the 60s. You can also find his work at The Gambler Mag.