What did people do, so long ago, when they got heated by information they heard? Did they write a letter like a post on Facebook? Did they say “Ay, me, I must write this! And henceforth, slowly ruin my reputation.” During this insight, do they reach for a quill and jam it into the inkwell…only […]
Fiona Apple has been delivering music and poetry for decades. Her album, Tidal, released in 1996, was my introduction to Fiona’s perspective, often an exacting criticism on a human experience. I credit her, and Lauren Hill, for building a necessary vocabulary into their music, in particular first solo albums, that critique their lives and the […]
Coming home is terrible. Whether the dogs lick your face or not. Whether you have a wife or just a wife-shaped loneliness waiting for you.