Dylan on Dylan Interviews and Encounters – Bob Dylan
Musicians in Their Own Words Series Hardcover | Kindle
Edited by Jeff Burger
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Release Date: May 1, 2018
The book title gives away the content. Dylan on Dylan: Interviews and Encounters (Musicians in Their Own Words) compiles a primary source view (with some secondary sources of the interviewer’s feelings about the experience) of the mystery folk man who really is a reluctant symbol of a revolution.
At BookCon 2018 this past weekend, publishers converged at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City to the delight of bibliophiles everywhere. I was in heaven and got a chance to meet up with a rep at Chicago Review Press to discuss some of their exciting new titles for the upcoming book season.
Check out some of their upcoming titles here below…
Everything is inside out and topsy-turvy when Sasha gets a job offer from some strange hitchhiking strangers he picks up in Russia. Although disbelieving of the magical nature of this offer, he is intrigued enough to follow them into the Institute. What follows is an adventure of silly proportions, where the ridiculous is commonplace and the commonplace is crazy.
More below about Monday Starts On Saturday by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky.
Originally published in 1971, Roger Zelazny‘s long out-of-print sci-fi/fantasy novel Jack of Shadows is a hidden gem amongst the author’s works. Chicago Review Press has exhumed the novel from its publishing grave for its Rediscovered Classics Series, adding to it a Foreword by Joe Haldeman (The Forever War) and a redesigned cover that more accurately depicts the world described within.
Zelazny, who passed away in 1995, is best known for his 10-book The Chronicles of Amber saga, and thanks to the movie Argo, his novel Lord Of Light has gotten more attention in recent years. But Jack of Shadows stands out not only for its intriguing tale, but for the fact that the author wrote the story in only one draft, and it’s a good one.