Michael and author Jonathan Evison sit down at DC’s Comet Ping-Pong and discuss, amongst other things, songwriting vs. writing novels, community and how it’s better than fascism, drinking, first novels not actually being your first novel, ADD, and how failure is more important than success.
Praise for Jonathan’s most recent novel, The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving:
“A most stealthily powerful novel…so poignant yet improbably funny.”
The New York Times
Track List: “Lands & Grooves,” from Discontinued Perfume, “Artists in Exile,” also from Discontinued Perfume; “The Truth Hurts Jamie Green,” from Plastic Explosives; “On the Use of Mirrors in the Game of Chess,” also from Plastic Explosives