Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Field Recordings, an update

My new book of music essays Field Recordings form the Inside, has been out for a month. For the uninitiated (and the interested!), I answer seven questions here for Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press about the book, reading, writing, and music, Joshua James Amberson at Los Angeles Review of Books thoughtfully weighs in on the book here, and Literary Hub has posted the title essay, along with a Spotify playlist I created especially for the book, here.

If you're in or visiting Chicagoland in the near future, I have two readings coming up: at the wonderful Seminary-Coop 57th Street Bookstore (where Barack Obama might wander in; I mean, he could) in Hyde Park on April 1 at 2 pm, and in my lovely town of DeKalb at the terrific House Cafe on April 13 at 7 pm. Both readings are free and open to the public, and I'll be signing books at both events.

Details for more events as they're scheduled! Hope to see you! And please spread the word!
Reading at The Book Cellar, March 4.

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