Evelyn McDonnell at Miami Book Fair 2013
During the 30 years since committed literarian Mitchell Kaplan founded it, the Miami Book Fair has established itself as the preeminent bibliophile bacchanal in the States. It’s a stellar event, a place to knock heads with some of the best writers in the world — and enjoy the balmy weather just as winter begins to suck the sap out of the usual climates that harbor bookish types.
Except this year, the subtropics delivered torrential downpours. And I was coming from California, where, as your mother warned you, it never rains. Continue reading
Journalist Liz Tracy is holding it down for the ladies as the only distaff music editor in the Village Voice/New Times chain. And she works my old turf, the 305 (and 954). We met last month at the MEOW Conference in Austin. She interviewed me prior to my appearance this Sunday at the Miami Book Fair.
Evelyn McDonnell on Writing the Story of the Runaways.
via Evelyn McDonnell on Writing the Story of the Runaways.
I will be presenting at the Miami Book Fair, Sunday, November 24, at 12:30 p.m. I’m on a great panel of fellow music scribes:
LYNN GOLDSMITH on Rock & Roll Stories, DAVID N. MEYER on The Bee Gees: The Biography, EVELYN MCDONNELL on Queens of Noise: The Real Story of the Runaways and MARK KURLANSKY on Ready For a Brand New Beat. Location: Room 8202, Building 8.
It will be great to be back in the 305!