Tag Archives: Jazz writing

Live Jazz — From the Sidelines

Experiencing a jazz show as a member of the audience — not as a trombonist — is a new challenge. Continue reading

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A Word That Makes Me Cringe

My rant against the word “jazzer” Continue reading

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Moldy Figs and the Personal Essay

I just read a wonderful post by Cristina Nehring at Truthdig (via Koreanish) decrying the state of the modern American essay.  As a writer, I’ve always been particularly interested in personal essays, sometimes to a fault. (That academic paper I … Continue reading

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Self-Publication and Other Dilemmas

What happens when I don’t post for two weeks Continue reading

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