Eric Rovie is an AP English teacher and occasional philosophy professor in Atlanta's northern suburbs. He has degrees in English, Religious Studies, and Philosophy, several of those at the graduate level, and did his doctoral work in Philosophy at Washington University in St Louis. He has taught college courses in ethics, the history of philosophy, and comparative religions at Georgia State University, Agnes Scott College, Webster University, and Georgia Perimeter College. He has also coached high school cross country and track & field. He has been a contributor to several Chunklet books and was a writer for The A.V. Club. He is an avid reader, a fan of many musical genres, the owner of a massive collection of CDs, and possessor of an extremely potent sense of sarcasm.
While the gold standard for tour diaries may still be Rollins' Get in the Van, Turner's memories of more than a thousand gigs in The Road Beneath My Feet are entertaining and heartfelt.
14 Aug 2017
Heretics! is an original and thoughtful book, sliding somewhere between academic text, layperson’s introduction, and popular philosophy, with a unique, illustrated, twist.
31 Jul 2017
The tales of a record store, a set of like-minded club owners, and a record label all tie together into a beautiful narrative of the burgeoning Minneapolis music scene.
11 Jul 2017
In a comprehensive new biography, the life and work of F. Scott Fitzgerald is examined in historical, literary, and sociological perspectives.
20 Jun 2017
This is the story of two talented Bay Area songwriters who create a pair of brilliant power pop records and then fade into obscurity.
18 Jan 2017
Jim Walsh’s writing combines heartfelt personal stories with knowledgeable music criticism. Reading this collection feels like having a conversation with an old friend.
05 Dec 2016
Founding drummer of The Cure Lol Tolhurst explores the creation of the classic band, their meteoric rise, his alcohol-fueled crash, and his personal rebirth.
18 Oct 2016
Reading Eddy's latest is like listening to a good record store clerk: no judgment, no arrogance, just a pure love of music and some honest opinion.
01 Sep 2016
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