Over the last several weeks, I have returned to Neroli, as I do every summer. I am presently working on Love What Lasts, my fourth book. Love What Lasts began as a book about art, but is quickly becoming a clearinghouse for every idea I’ve had since finishing How To Be Unlucky. Regardless, Neroli hasContinue reading “Summer (Writing Project)”
Category Archives: Heavy Rotation
Playlist: Music Inspired By Sans Soleil (1983)
That Time Of Year: Chromatics
The weather just turned perfect for Kill For Love.
Charlie Chaplin’s Limelight (1952) was remarkable. “That’s all any of us are: amateurs. We don’t live long enough to be anything else.”
One of my all-time favorite songs sounds more appropriate than ever.
What The Quarantine Sounds Like
I’ve been listening to this one for several days straight.
Erik Satie wrote laconic music for a pedestrian, contemplative world touched by melancholy. At the moment, he sounds about right.
I have forced myself to listen to beautiful music lately, though this one goes down quite easily.