New from Colossal Books:

Bill Brown, You Should've Heard Just What I Seen: Collected Newspaper Articles 1981-1984.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Nice email from Professor Wallach

Received yesterday (23 February 2011).

I picked up a copy of You Should Have Heard... at Culture Clash this past weekend and I'm really digging it.  I particularly like your analyses of heavy metal and hardcore, though my favorite essay hands-down so far is your contrast between Laurie Anderson and Captain Beefheart.
Thanks for putting this out there--it's a great resource for those of us who were too young to catch music in the early 1980s the first time around (and for those who were old enough and those who were too old...)!

Jeremy Wallach, Ph.D.
Chair, Popular Music Section of the Society for Ethnomusicology
President, SEM Midwest Chapter
Associate Professor and Publicity Coordinator
Department of Popular Culture

Culture Clash Records is located at 4020 Secor Road, Toledo, Ohio 43623.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Availability in stores in New York City (redux)

As previously mentioned, Other Music in New York City (15 East 4th Street, Manhattan Island) is a great place to buy a copy of the book. We just sent them five (5) nice fresh copies on consignment. Go get one today!

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Ted Nugent's niece

One of the young women who attended my talk at the Michigan Association of Communications Studies in Ann Arbor on 12 January 2011 was Ted Nugent's niece. Of course, I gave her a free copy of the book in the hopes that she'd give it to The Nuge when she was done. I too once suffered from cat scratch fever!

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Monday, January 10, 2011

Radio interview scheduled for Thursday 13 January 2011

I will be an in-studio guest during The Craig Fahle Show, 10:35 am on Thursday 13 January 2011. Tune in to WDET 101.9 FM (Detroit) to listen.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Another trip to Ann Arbor

I will be returning to Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Wednesday, 12 January 2011 to address the Michigan Association of Communications Studies, which is "a business-oriented student group composed of students interested in pursuing a career in communications studies." Not sure if the event, which is to be held at 6 pm, will be open to the public. Probably not. Nevertheless, get in touch if you'd like to get together while I'm in town. I'll be staying overnight.