Panic Years

Daniel Difranco (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Tailwinds Press Enterprises LLC
Publish Date
August 15, 2018
Pages
344
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.99 X 0.77 inches | 0.82 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780997574227
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About the Author

DANIEL DIFRANCO lives in Philadelphia, where he teaches English and music. He pets and says goodbye to his two cats every day before leaving for work. An alum of Temple University and of the Community College of Philadelphia, he also has an MFA from Arcadia University. In a former life he studied guitar and music performance. A full list of publications and other miscellany can be found at danieldifranco.com and @danieldifranco.

Reviews

"DiFranco has done his time in the vans and clubs and convenience stores of rock and roll's minor leagues, and his experience shows on every page of this fantastic and engrossing first novel." -- Dave Housley, author of Massive Cleansing Fire and co-founder of Barrelhouse

"Draws back the curtain on the rock life that most people fantasize about." -- Bruce Warren, Executive Producer of World Cafe on NPR Music

"Panic Years is loud, high as hell, and loves you back with a heart as big as an elusive white whale." -- Bud Smith, author of F250 and Dust Bunny City

"In Panic Years, Daniel DiFranco brings us inside the world of touring musicians, the ones who haven't made it big, who aren't sure if they will, and who therefore face a great struggle every day just to keep playing. With precise prose, vivid characters, and wonderfully dry humor, DiFranco strips away the polish of studio albums and the romance of concerts, revealing conflicts and passions to which we can all relate." -- Joshua Isard, author of Conquistador of the Useless