Da Capo Best Music Writing 2006: The Year's Finest Writing on Rock, Hip-hop, Jazz, Pop, Country, and More

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Da Capo Press, 2006 - Music - 329 pages
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Whether you count yourself a member of the hip-hop nation, bang your head yearly at Ozzfest, wear a cowboy hat, or dance to the top twenty, you're sure to find something to love in Da Capo Best Music Writing 2006. Gathering a rich array of writing by music journalists, novelists, and scribes from a wide range of sources-highbrow literary quarterlies to 'zines and blogs--Da Capo Best Music Writing is a multi-voiced snapshot of the year in music writing that, like the music it illuminates, is every bit as thrilling as it is revealing.

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National Book Award finalist Gaitskill (creative writing, Syracuse Univ.;Veronica ) and music journalist, critic, and scholar Daphne Carr are guest editor and series editor, respectively, for this ... Read full review

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I was paging through it in the library when I heard my friend's laugh a few aisles over. I went over to say hi and he was looking at a 15 century scientific woodcut of a hippo eating a crocodile. I ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Mary Gaitskill is the author of the novel Veronica, a finalist for the National Book Award and one of the New York Times' top five novels of the year. She is the author of Because They Wanted To, which was nominated for the PEN/Faulkner Award in 1998. Her stories and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, Harper's Magazine, Esquire, The Best American Short Stories (1993), and The O. Henry Prize Stories (1998). Her story "Secretary" was the basis for the film of the same name. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, she teaches creative writing at Syracuse University. She lives in New York. Daphne Carr is the author of Pretty Hate Machine, and her work appears regularly in the Associated Press, Village Voice, Chicago Tribune, and other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.

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