Night Driving is a hallucinatory essay, meditation, memoir and rave about long nights on the open road, across the West, down the length of South America, in many altered states, exploring multiple dimensions of freedom and the long tunnels of thought and introspection that run in parallel to the long tunnel of headlights on blacktop. First published in the mid-seventies by a classic “cult” publication, the Mountain Gazette, Night Driving has been rediscovered and reread by generations of footloose adventurers, vagabonds and brothers and sisters of the endless highway, ever since. This latest edition is available as a quality trade paperback and also in different electronic formats. Far beyond stream-of-consciousness story telling, Night Driving is a free-form classic of self-discovery and exploration, during endless, adventurous, and sleepless nights on the road.