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Who’s Reading “A Scourge of Vipers?” It’s Buddy Guy’s Keyboard Player, Marty Sammon!

Marty Sammon was born and raised in Chicago, where he immersed himself in the local blues scene. He performed for five years with Otis Rush before hooking on as the keyboard player for the great Buddy Guy. You can learn … Continue reading

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Why I Use Popular Music to Teach Writing

The following originally appeared on the Hardboiled Wonderland website. The languages of writing and music have many terms in common: tone, mood, pacing, style, movement, rhythm, voice . . .  It is only natural, then, that music is central in … Continue reading

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Mulligan, Hero of My Crime Novels, Get’s Interviewed By a Music Magazine

Mark Gould of Sound Waves Magazine got in touch with me the other day and said he wanted to interview Liam Mulligan, the hero of my crime novels, about his taste in music. I can’t speak for Mulligan, I told … Continue reading

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