The Enthusiast

The Enthusiast
Charlie Haas

The Enthusiast is a fun read in a Tom Robbins-y style — youthful, but updated in a blog-topical way for the Internet era of micro-interests and short attention spans.

Our man Henry Bay journeys through life and these United States in brief fits and energetic starts into the remote corners of the niche magazine industry — and the passions and people those magazines represent and promote.

Without giving anything away, in the course of his bildungsroman journey, Henry finds his own version of  family and place in the world.

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