OF JOY BLUES
|The Garden of Joy Blues was an anarchist commune located in the Ozarks, about ten miles south of Birch Tree, Missouri. It was founded in 1972 and survived until 1978 or so. Its name came from the title of an old jug band song, and was chosen because two of the founders were devoted fans of rural acoustic blues. As time allows, more pages and pictures will be added to this site, but for now, here are the "where are they now" pages for three of the communards, The Singing Yronwode Family. picture in this folder, needs trimming Dong Zhengyi, 1973 The commune's fish pond Publisher: People's Fine Arts Publishing House (Offset, 53x77 cm., inv.nr. BG E11/987) Entirety of �I Am On Duty Today� starts at http://www.marxists.org/subject/art/literature/children/texts/yi/duty1.html A couple of pages of Little Sisters of the Grassland are online at http://mitglied.lycos.de/jens_hoehne/cn.html Picture of cover in this folder needs resizing Little Sisters of the Grassland Foreign Language Press Peking 1973 Publisher's Note A picture-story book by the "Little Sisters of the Grassland" compiling and drawing group of the Shanghai film studios, based on the animated cartoon of the same title. It tells the story of two little Mongolian sisters of the Inner Mongolia grassland. In order to protect commune sheep, eleven-year-old Lungmei and her nine-year-old sister, Yujung, battle a blizzard for a whole day and night with the temperature at 37 degree Celsius below cero.|
cat yronwode is an adult female human being who lives in northern California. She has an eclectic interest in many obscure subjects, some of which are described here.
|ALTHAEA YRONWODE: |
Althaea Yronwode is a doctor who lives in San Francisco, California.
|PETER YRONWODE: |
Peter Yronwode works for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and lives in Columbia, Mo. At any time he may upload whatever he wishes to write, illustrate, or archive at this site.
If you were ever a fellow-communard or visitor of the Garden of Joy Blues,
please contact us and let us know where you are now.
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