Monthly Archives: July 2011

FIVE KILLER READS!

There are some books that inspire you and others that intimidate you. Here’s five that did one, the other, or both! Herman Hesse, STEPPENWOLF: In the aftershocks of my MA, this one blew my noggin. A unique reading experience about … Continue reading

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Lessons from Bob Mould of Husker Du: Punk Rock and the Modern Writer II

I just blitzed my way threw Bob Mould’s autobiography (co-written with Mike Azerrad), SEE A LITTLE LIGHT: THE TRAIL OF RAGE AND MELODY. Mould was the guitarist, singer, and one of the key songwriters for Husker Du, one of the … Continue reading

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Submitted for your Approval: Punk Rock and the Modern Writer

I took a strange route to becoming a writer. Comic books, wrestling, RPGs, punk rock, history . . . these were the arts that dominated my horizons. Writing lurked inside them all, I guess, and each one brings a different … Continue reading

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