Lost Joy collects the writing that first brought Camden Joy wide attention in the mid-90s, when he wheatpasted his manifestoes" around New York, excoriating the music industry and celebrating unsung geniuses of rock and roll. Joy's voiceheartfelt, mocking, lyrical, razor-sharpearned comparisons to the likes of Allen Ginsberg, Patti Smith, and Nick Hornby. Rooted in DIY zine culture, his rants prefigure the unfettered public expression of personal views that would explode with the rise of the Internet, and enact in words what Banksy would later achieve in art. Joy's groundbreaking early fiction, in which his characters often invoke musicians and songs, is also included here. These haunting stories explore the many ways in which we use music to communicate our feelings and make sense of our memories.
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|Size: ||15.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Verse Chorus Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781891241765 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|