Archive for July, 2016

  C’mon out to the beach! Sunday, August 7, we’ll be on at 4pm at Riis Park Beach Bazaar. It’ll be a surf/punk/shoegaze extravaganza, with proceeds going to the WaterKeeper Alliance.


It’s available to read or download for free on their site, and you can also buy a print copy, which I’d highly recommend, in their web shop. It’s a beautiful book, and I’m very proud my story “Manchester” (a novel excerpt) is part of it.


I’ve never read Joy Williams, but now I’m going to seek her out. All because of this article by Lincoln Michel. She does a great job of spelling out what a short story should do, while giving her view of humanity and mentioning the current corporate nature of writing workshops. (Agree or disagree?)


  We’ll be playing with Youthquake, Death Cat and Red Arkade. Doors at 8, $9. Don’t miss it! This is probably our final show at The Grand Victory, with the club closing on 7/31.


Whether you dig sax or you’re sick of sax, give this podcast a listen. It covers everything from the history of the instrument to why it’s become popular in pop music again over the past half-decade. I’m hoping, for my sake as a saxophone player, we haven’t reached the sax saturation point they’re talking about at […]