“Forgotten Hollywood”- New San Diego Locale: Upstart Crow!

Posted on September 16, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…upstart_crow_logo

   San Diego is the newest city to rally around Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. You can now find my paperback at the Upstart Crow Bookstore and Coffeehouse, located at 835-C West Harbor Drive in Seaport Village.

   According to their website:

Our name is a reference to William Shakespeare. It is said that the Bard’s contemporaries were jealous of his great success and popularity. Robert Greene (1560-1592), a minor playwright, was one such individual. In the pamphlet, Groatsworth of Wit, Greene slanders Shakespeare by calling him an Upstart Crow. This creative moniker has been around ever since. While Greene’s work has largely been forgotten, the legacy of his Upstart Crow has inspired countless generations.shakespeare eimage_2

   My paperback has found an appropriate home at a location with a witty name and an eclectic historical legacy. Here is a link to their website:


Until next time>                               “never forget

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