Author Malcome Jackson has lived what many might call an interesting life, and now he sets out to tell his story, writing the truth about growing up on the streets of New York City in the 1970s and 1980s.
Jackson’s personal narrative, An Interesting Life, recalls the events of his early life as they happened, proceeding with deep sincerity and meditation on what those events meant to him. He chronicles his life as a young boy who sought escape from a troubled family life on the streets. Along the way, Jackson provides colorful descriptions and vignettes from his life that paint an intriguing and frank portrait of his childhood and youth.
In this candid memoir, one man shares the tale of his childhood and youth, presenting a young boy’s perspective on the truth of growing up on the streets.