Sometimes I write just to make sense of my thoughts. If I write it down and begin to dissect it, the answer will eventually rise from the details.
It turns out there are a lot of people trying to solve for the same solution. The greatest thing about listening to a sad song when you're feeling lonely is that it means you aren't the first or only person to feel that way.
What are the challenges in trying to bridge these gaps?
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IRL, which is so heavily in the present, is certainly haunted by the trauma of the past.
I’m particularly struck by the list of names of family and friends who have died.
The Shelter is one of the most popular venues showcasing Shanghai’s underground – as in subterranean and alternative – music scene.
The Shelter has taken over one of the thousands of former bomb shelters that are spread across Shanghai.
It seems karaoke could be added to the list of “boys, burgers, booze” that Teebs uses to escape, though definitely doesn’t have the alliteration.
In one section, the speaker says “Wanting to get away is itself a kind of escape.” Is the desire to escape, as well as the fantasy of the Muse, a survival instinct or something more meaningful/fulfilling? TP: It’s always a means to an end, though I’m not sure Teebs always knows which end he’s pointing towards, you know?GM: The use of text shorthand and emoticons also comes across as natural and authentic.Is your inclusion of them natural to your voice, or is there a more conscious decision being made to capture the way language is evolving and/or exists at this particular moment in time? Unconsciously maybe it gave me a kind of permission to be less manicured verse, and more mess queen–which in it’s own way perhaps captures the way language evolves as a function of its usage to communicate in a rapidly changing world. TP: I’m about to go on a little tour of the Northeast, which will be challenging and hopefully fun.One of my earliest memories is being at a softball game on the rez and an auntie walking back to her seat from going to the bathroom just as someone hit a homerun.The crowd stood up cheering, and she did a three point bow like they were applauding her having pee’d and it still cracks me up.While editing the book this past winter/spring, I tried to massage the–I wouldn’t say edges, because there are a ton of quick, jagged, or otherwise disjointed moments.