A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE BEATLES WITH KENNETH WOMACK, AUTHOR OF LONG AND WINDING ROADS: THE EVOLVING ARTISTRY OF THE BEATLES By the end of 1968, the Beatles were in the doldrums, disillusioned by their own ubiquitous fame and strung out from the roller coaster ride that had made them the kings of rock and roll. […]
Chad Gayle is a writer and a photographer. His debut novel, Let It Be, is a family saga intimately connected to the music of the Beatles. He has written for literary journals, trade publications, and newspapers, and he taught English at several colleges and at Texas A&M University, where he earned his Masters. His black and white film photography of New York can be purchased at Brooklyn Prints, where he is a featured photographer.