“Trouble in the Heartland,” in which I come clean about my love affair with Bruce Springsteen.
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Patti Smith: Coffee Connoisseur, and Crazy Cat Lady?
There is no artist whose work I have aspired to more than Patti Smith. Her new book, M Train, can be frustrating, discursive, self-indulgent. As I write in my review for LARB, that’s why I like it.
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No Girls Allowed: LARB Review of ‘Queens of Noise’
The Los Angeles Review of Books — haven for intellectuals in the City of Angels — offered some glowing words on Queens of Noise this weekend. This is one of my favorite lines:
“At times I had the impression that McDonnell pulled back on her own opinions like a politician, or like a mother trying to share her attention and affection equally among all her kids.”
Absolutely true, perceptive, and funny.
via No Girls Allowed: On ‘Queens of Noise’ |.
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