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The Weeklings: Participation Trophy Politics

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PopMatters: Reassessing Black Sabbath’s Unholy Trinity

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Elephant Journal: Sanctuary, A Path Through Grief

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PopMatters: Bright Moments Past: On Music and Loss

Punchnel’s: A Spy in the House of Love

CEA Digital Dialogue: The Intersection of Art and Innovation: Looking at the Music and Book Industries 

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"An extremely moving, beautifully written, heart-felt and touching chronicling of the life and death of a parent."

- Charles Salzberg, author of Devil in the Hole

May 27, 2015