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Noble Chaos and 1969 book awards

A long, strange trip ...

The Audible version of Noble Chaos, narrated by Jack De Golia, an award-winning professional voice actor, has received two 2020 national awards from Audiobook Reviewer: Best New Author and Best Team (author and narrator).


In the Table Read Austin competition for 2021, the movie script for Noble Chaos made it into the Top 100 in the drama genre. 

1969: Are You Still Listening? won the 2019 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARD, honored in the category of Social/Political Change.


Brent Green is a creative director, author, social commentator, professional speaker, futurist, and marketing consultant focused on the Baby Boomer generation. In addition to his creative writing, he is author of Marketing to Leading-Edge Baby Boomers and Generation Reinvention

He has spoken throughout the US and Europe at conferences focused on the Boomer segment and the unprecedented reorientation of Western countries to the aging of this generation.

Brent has served in a leadership capacity with many professional and public service organizations, including as board member and chairman of the Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau, board member for Junior Achievement, and as programming vice president for the Business Marketing Association and the Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Association.

His writing has been published in several online magazines, including Huffington Post and The Good Men Project. Brent's storytelling draws on his insights as a former counseling psychologist who has observed and interpreted the human experiences of Boomers and their coming-of-age era. His creative writing has been featured on Medium

He has been called upon for expert commentary by The Los Angeles Times, CNN 
Headline News
, The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Dallas Morning

News, The Denver Post, Business Week, MarketWatch, and The New York Times.

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Why I write about 1969

AS THOSE who lived through the concluding year of a tumultuous decade reach their final decades in the 21st century, some ask if leaders who chart the course of the nation are listening. Are younger generations listening? Are disparate races and cultures listening to each other? Is the world listening?

Some wonder: can we learn from the past about the forces that inexorably shaped our lives today? Can we ease a persistent climate of discord and suspicion? Can we rediscover softer melodies of hope and renewal? Will we learn from our mistakes?

For those who lived through a boisterous year that was 1969, are we still listening to the hopes and dreams expressed by youth from that pivotal year? Do we hear their fears as we confront today’s mendacious and self-serving manipulators? 


Let the past remind us of what we are not now. Because we are still listening.


Brent Green


I'm always interested in connecting with those who believe in connecting the past with the future. Please reach out to me.


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