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Rock and Roam

Musical musings from New York and beyond

Anne Margaret Daniel writes about music, literature, art, and baseball. She teaches literature at the New School University in New York City, and is currently working on a book about F. Scott Fitzgerald and another about Bob Dylan (Minnesota wordsmiths are the best). For more, please visit www.annemargaretdaniel.com and thank you.

Rock and Roam

Musical musings from New York and beyond

Anne Margaret Daniel writes about music, literature, art, and baseball. She teaches literature at the New School University in New York City, and is currently working on a book about F. Scott Fitzgerald and another about Bob Dylan (Minnesota wordsmiths are the best). For more, please visit www.annemargaretdaniel.com and thank you.

David Bowie, New Yorker

Bowie was different things to us, depending on when we encountered him...I've always felt lucky that Ziggy was my moment of recognition...it's a great record...so are many of the others including Lodger...funny that he eventually forsook that alter ego, and all the other ones, and found peace in the anonymity...great article Anne.