I’m in a band that gathers to play on Sunday mornings–our drummer’s wife calls it “church for husbands.” You know, it’s only rock & roll but we like it. We are recording some demo tracks and I’d like to share one; pop your ear buds in and have a listen.
The new neighbor from across the street–the one with the Trump sign in his yard, rebel flag across his garage windows, and Nazi flag on his son’s basketball backboard–walked into the party wearing a shirt that said on the back, “Better a wolf of Odin than a Lamb of God.”
The Will to Devolution, up now at Eclectica.
“Losing My Religion” , from my essay collection Get Thee Behind Me, is about my Fundamentalist Baptist rearing, and my struggle to get free of what is now called the Religious Right. It’s out now in Appalachian Heritage, in the company of a lot of excellent literary work. You should subscribe.
Tennis with the Man Boy is a short piece about how the growth of a human being–a most normal and natural thing–can every now and then catch you off your guard. It’s up now at Brain, Child magazine.