GOTHENBURG, Neb. (PRWEB) November 25, 2019
Mark M. Peyton is a biologist with twenty years of experience in the classroom and another twenty-three years in the field working for the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District. He is a master scuba diver, and proud father and grandfather living in Gothenburg, Nebraska, with his wife, Cindy, four spoiled cats, a fat dog, some snakes, turtles, and a few chickens. He has completed his new book “It Won’t Go through Skin: Stories and a Little History of the Favorite Bar and the Magic City of Chadron, Nebraska”: a lighthearted and intriguing journey into a bygone era in a remarkable town.
Mark M. Peyton is a naturalist with multiple advanced degrees; however, he would describe himself as more of a storyteller and teacher. He is an essayist who blends his personal experiences with information to both entertain and educate the reader.
Mark writes, “This collection of essays and trips down the rabbit holes of history is a collection of stories involving my experiences working my way through college as a bartender during the 1970s. The multiple trips down the rabbit holes of history help place this time and this bar in the wider context of the history of an amazing place and an amazing people: the Oglala Lakota. As you read this book, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and hopefully, you will learn as I take you on a history journey to the Favorite Bar of 1972 and the magic city of Chadron, Nebraska.”
Published by Page Publishing, Mark M. Peyton’s engrossing book is a candid and educational memoir of a college bartender at the crossroads of Native and white culture in the 1970s.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “It Won’t Go through Skin: Stories and a Little History of the Favorite Bar and the Magic City of Chadron, Nebraska” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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