I’ve known Emile Menasche for a really long time. Like, since we were 16. We attended poetry camp together at Bard College. Three straight weeks of Ziggy Stardust, Andre Breton and a most improbable Aurora Borealis.
It was my first time experiencing, up close and personal, a brilliant guitarist do his thing. The grown-up Emile is even better, and he’s a gifted journalist too. He turned me on to WOOFER, a neat, intriguing and interactive ePub launched by In Tune Partners.
WOOFER‘s content includes the first installment of Adventures in Tremolo, my novella in progress. It features a few of my favorite things (guitarists! air disasters! NYC in the 80s!). Please visit WOOFER, buy the first issue, and enjoy.
About WOOFER (from www.woofermag.com):
Woofer, a new kind of music magazine, has launched for iPads and computer browsers. If you’re a musician, a music-industry type, or just a superfan, you’re going to love our mix of artist coverage, music criticism, gear reviews, how-to columns, animation, fiction, and more. Our editorial is infused with music clips, videos, and other interactive elements. Please go to www.woofermag.com to find out how to download your copy of the premiere issue.