Richard Brautigan was an American writer (novelist and poet), best known for the novel Trout Fishing in America. Brautigan's work became identified with the counterculture youth movement of the late 1960s. Richard produces imaginative writing and an expressive speaking voice. Many of his spoken works are available online for download.
In 1984, at age 49, Richard Brautigan died of a self-inflicted .44-calibre gunshot wound to the head in Bolinas, California.
|1||The Telephone Door to Richard Brautigan||356 listeners|
|2||Love Poem||333 listeners|
|3||Boo, Forever||294 listeners|
|4||Trout Fishing in America||256 listeners|
|5||In Watermelon Sugar||242 listeners|
|6||A Confederate General from Big Sur||202 listeners|
|7||Revenge of the Lawn||198 listeners|
|8||The Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster||197 listeners|
|9||Here Are Some More Sounds Of My Life||181 listeners|
|10||Short Stories About California||178 listeners|