Aye Write: Mikey Cuddihy: A Conversation About Happiness, Mitchell Library, 6 April, 2014
Mikey Cuddihy: A Conversation About Happiness
6 Apr 2014 • 3:00 P.M – 4:00 P.M • Mitchell Library, North Street
A vivid memoir of coming of age in the Sixties in the strangest of circumstances.
When Mikey Cuddihy was orphaned at the age of nine, she was sent from New York to Summerhill, the experimental school in Suffolk where lessons were optional, children made the rules, Joan Baez turned up to teach guitar and the utopian optimism concealed dark secrets. Cuddihy’s is a vivid memoir of her coming of age as the Sixties unravelled, and how to forge an identity in the strangest of circumstances.
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