how 2009 began. part i. In honour of the release of Emilyn Brodsky’s new album, here is a bit of a recollection of the first time I saw her/heard of her. Which was also the first time I ever went to New York. And the first time that I saw Amanda Palmer. It’s one of those nights … Continue reading 2009
increasingly disjointed feelings about YA genre trends. Continue reading the teenage dream?
i don’t want to live like common people having tasted these strange mysteries so long ago / reliving them year after year every time this face appears on some horizon a minstrel coming back into town / bearing tidings of other places too far away to believe in reviving dreams long since cast aside / … Continue reading after the music has finished