Wulf Zendik

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Wulf Zendik (born Lawrence E. Wulfing, in El Paso, Texas, October 7, 1920 – June 12, 1999) was an American author, poet, musician, environmentalist, and bohemian. He was the author of the novel A Quest Among The Bewildered, Blackhawk: Diary of an Eco-Warrior, and Zendik.[1][2] and has been described[by whom?] as an "undiscovered Beat."[3] Wulfing founded the community Zendik (also known as Zendik Arts Farm), located in Florida, Southern California, Texas, North Carolina, and West Virginia at various times, with his wife/partner Carol Merson (also known as Arol Wulf).

After Zendik's death, Zendik Farm continued Zendik's philosophy by promoting the arts and an environmentally sound lifestyle.[4] In 2006, the community had a show, Zendik News, on public-access television Channel 75 in Baltimore, MD.[5] Zendik Farm members were known for their sales of T-shirts and bumper stickers saying "Stop Bitching, Start a Revolution."[6] The community has since disbanded, with the property being sold. It has been accused[by whom?] of being a 'sex cult'.[7]

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