The Village Voice Goes Silent

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Welcome to Light On Light Through, Episode 114, in which I reflect on the shuttering of The Village Voice this past September, and discuss the crucial role it played in my life as a writer.

The first three articles I ever had published anywhere appeared in The Village Voice in the early 1970s.  You can read them for free at the links below:

1. A Vote for McCartney

2. Murray the K in Nostalgia’s Noose

3. Wolfman Hits the Road, Jack

And speaking of Murray the K, if you remember him (or not) and are interested in his work, you might enjoy this playlist that popped up a few weeks ago on YouTube. 

Check out this episode!