You can find my most recent writing post over at Dead Darlings this month.
It’s no secret that 2016 has been a rough year for pop musicians. Did someone set off a slow-acting neutron bomb that kills platinum-sellers?
Paul Kantner (Jefferson Airplane), Merle Haggard, David Bowie, Maurice White (Earth, Wind & Fire), and Prince, to name a few, have all passed away since January 1, 2016, leaving behind a lot of vinyl and CDs worldwide, and a hefty portion of my mental sound track from adolescence.
I would rather be a normal person who medicates loss with alcohol, drugs, exercise, shopping, and gambling, but like many writers, I’ve been converting obituaries into “material,” some of which may emerge in a short story or novel, but is now doing a great job filling notebook pages. Read More at Dead Darlings →