Hittin’ the books

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May 26, 2017 by larryclow

Though I stepped down as editor of The Sound about a year ago, I’m still writing for what is, in my humble-and-totally-unbiased-opinion, the Seacoast’s best arts and culture publication. It’s been nice to focus on one of my passions: writing about books. Since wrapping up grad school five years go, I don’t always have the time to talk shop with other writers, and so interviewing local and touring authors has really scratched one of my writing itches.


One of the highlights: interviewing Brad Gooch, whose new biography of Rumi is pretty great. Brad was one of my professors way back during my undergrad years at William Paterson University in New Jersey; I took three or four classes with him, during which, in his dryly humorous way, he knocked out some of my adolescent arrogance. Also fun: talking with Michael Finkel about his new book, The Stranger in the Woods. We had a great conversation about solitude, books, religion, and the ethics of telling stories. It’s a book I’ve been thinking a lot about lately.




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Larry Clow is a writer and editor based in New England. He’s working on his first book, “People You May Know,” about how the internet and social media changed adoption in America. Find him on Twitter or sign up for his non-intrusive newsletter.

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