On Mistaken For Strangers, Breaking Bad, Safety Third’s newest upcoming chapbook, and some new work from me.
I wasn’t so sure about The National’s Trouble Will Find Me once the album became available for streaming in full from iTunes. The first five songs worked perfectly, and then the album’s pace and velocity became erratic. Then I listened to it again. And again. And again. I’m happy to say the album is excellent (and […]
Where I talk about The National, Write Bloody, and There Will Be Words.
I’m featuring at a poetry slam for the first time in almost a year next week (April 17).
I read on James Urbaniak’s LiveJournal that The National’s video for “Conversation 16″ premiered. This particular song means a lot to me as it came out in the middle of my impending divorce, especially this part: I’m a confident liar Had my head in the oven so you’d know where I’ll be I’ll try to be […]
When writing sad, emotionally charged work, I’ve used The National as a conduit to reach into that dark place and use the feelings. Some bands, albums act as more of a cage than a demonstration of the true power a band has: The National is such a band. First off, The National has the perfect […]