Other Articles by Nate Logan

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 » Slam Poetry - A movement loosely formed in Chicago in the late 1990s, this modernization of poetics, rejuvenated with an infusion of vitality from the hip-hop and urban music/art movements, has been essential in bringing back interest to an art form once thought only for the classroom or highly educated.
[02.25.2008 by Nate Logan]

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 » Drunk By Noon - The really lovely moments of Jennifer L. Knox's poems are often hidden away, poignant and touching lines wrapped up in bizarre scenarios which most people would probably never think of, moments of impossibility, or mundane instances too often ignored as the everyday.
[09.28.2007 by Nate Logan]

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 » Fargo Rock City - Chuck Klosterman's book, subtitled "A Heavy Metal Odyssey in Rural Nörth Daköta," attempts to redeem a genre of music most people scoff at: '80s heavy metal.
[06.06.2007 by Nate Logan]

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 » I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell - Think of the most deplorable human being you know. Take that person and multiply it ten times. If you did that you would have Tucker Max, the author behind one of the most outrageous memoirs of recent memory.
[05.15.2007 by Nate Logan]
Reviews
»Remains
Alkaline Trio
Vagrant
»Fargo Rock City
Chuck Klosterman
Simon & Schuster
»Racehorse
Holly Ramos
Ford to City: Drop Dead
»Drunk By Noon
Jennifer L. Knox
Bloof
»Pasadena
Ozma
About A Girl
»Family Trees or: Must CoPe We
Sean Na Na
Dim Mak
»Living with the Living
Ted Leo and The Pharmacists
Touch & Go
»Arrivals & Departures
The Icicles
Microindie
»The Else
They Might Be Giants
Zoë
»I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell
Tucker Max
Citadel Press