Justin Cober-Lake lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with his wife, kids, and dog. After getting his BA in English from Gettysburg College in 1999, he began writing steadily, except for a brief interlude to pick up a Master's in English with a concentration in American Studies from the University of Virginia. Besides his pieces at PopMatters, Justin publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and lyrics in a variety of places, including Stylus, Paste, Chord, and Trouser Press. He's been writing steadily for Wrong Note Media for several years, and his work made its first appearance on CD with the release of Todd Goodman's first symphony, Fields of Crimson.
Universal Harvester isn't what it looks like, but part of the fun and force come in finding out what it really, maybe is.
08 May 2017
Any time Townshend dances, which happens frequently and enthusiastically here, the preposterousness comes out.
05 Dec 2016
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