Music, Late and Soon is the story of poet Robyn Sarah's return to studying piano with the mentor of her youth.
An excerpt from Doris Siu's novel, Hold On Please, Emily.
Part ghost story, part fictionalized memoir, Noisemaker is a love letter to when thrashing guitars, pounding drums, and the three minute pop song ruled the world.
This book is about the top 50 musical artists of the East Coast, who have been either born on the East Coast or been long time residents who are associated with the region. Groups are also included.
Author Joanne Culley turns her grandparent's history into a novel of historical fiction in Claudette on the Keys.
Off the Charts is a whimsical, uproarious tour through a fickle business that never seems to repay what performers put into it, and one woman’s highly intimate account of how she made the best of almost making it. Featuring a sparkling set of original illustrations by the award-winning Nina Berkson.
Precocious ten-year-old Vanessa Dudley-Morris knows lots of secrets. In 1949 when she and her family are forced to move into two rooms on the second floor of 519 Jarvis Street in Toronto, a genteel but somewhat rundown rooming house owned by a reclusive pianist, she learns a lot more.
Vin Maskell lives in Melbourne, Australia and is the founding editor and stage director of a project called Stereo Stories.
The following pieces are from D.A. Lockhart's upcoming collection, Tukhone, to be published this fall by Black Moss Press. These are haibun that use Detroit's most renowned musicians and musical acts to explore the physical spaces of the city in its contemporary context.
Charlie Rhindress takes his reader on a Canadian coast to coast journey as we travel with this drifter man, Stompin’ Tom Connors.
I’m a fan of Séan McCann. Bought his music. Saw him perform with Great Big Sea. Had a joyous time, singing myself hoarse. Now I’ve read One Good Reason - his collaborative memoir - enticingly structured, chapters alternating between spouse-authors McCann and Andrea Aragon.