Old News by Philip Squires
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"For the last few years, Dregs Marrow’s life has followed a pattern: get far, experience collapse, start over, fail again. Now, the twenty-six-year-old seeks to build a band from scratch and is looking for like minded people to join him in this venture in Portland, Oregon. After placing an ad online, Marrow meets with a variety of talents who espouse different philosophies about creativity and making music.

Spanning a year in Marrow’s life as a struggling musician, Old News focuses on musical aspirations, social paradigms, mental lapses and breakthroughs, current affairs, the dichotomy of personal motivations, and creative thinking.

This novella provides insight into Marrow’s most inner thoughts and emotions while providing a glimpse into the music world, how music is made, and the expression of art. Old News narrates a story of perceptions in the creation of music—it is conceivable by hard work, an open mind, fearlessness of failure, and practice. "

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Published June 20, 2012 by iUniverse. 106 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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