It's funny. Whenever I get to the end of a book and see an acknowledgments page, I feel a little disappointed. Granted, I've included acknowledgments pages in my own books, and I've been thrilled to see my name mentioned among... Continue Reading →
In case anyone's curious, here are three stages of the painting from my previous post.
Oh, has the world changed, or have I changed? I will be living out my life-long dream of performing (after a fashion) upstairs at Philadelphia's Trocadero as I read select passages from Morrissey's Autobiography between sets at the 18th Pale Descendants'... Continue Reading →
I'm not taking sides in this brief essay. I'm just saying be careful what you wish for: The Duck Dynasty Flap
Quick note to friends in the Philadelphia area: I'll be reading at The Daily Grind in Jenkintown, PA, tomorrow night (12/19/2013) at 7PM. Details: Montgomery County Poet Laureate News
With a little tweaking, Richard Marson's tell-all biography of the late John Nathan-Turner could easily replace its subtitle with that of Peter Hook's wonderful memoir on the Manchester club scene of the 1980s, The Hacienda: How Not to Run a... Continue Reading →