Bards of the Inland Empire in the San Diego Jewish Journal
San Diego Jewish Journal's - "The Arts Issue"
May 29th, 2017
The San Diego Jewish Journal put an awesome write-up about my new book, Bards of the Inland Empire, in its May Arts Issue. It appears alongside Jeffrey Tambor's (actor: Arrested Development, Transparent, etc...) new memoir, Are You Anybody?, and a fun article about about being the neurotic mother of a teenager attending Coachella. PS: if you live in San Diego, check out the editor's show, The Nth Degree, on SDS Radio every Monday at 6pm. It's epic and involves interviews with creatives and rad music.
"The last time we wrote about Daniel Rolnik he was a gallery owned in Santa Monica. Now he's an author living in Portland, Ore., but he's got the same great, wildly quirky perspective on the world. His first book takes him through the DIY music venues of California's "Bermuda Triangle" and introduces readers to songwriters who have some of the strangest origin stories you've ever heard." - Natalie Jacobs, editor of the San Diego Jewish Journal
Read the full issue of The San Diego Jewish Journal online at https://issuu.com/sdjewishjournal/docs/sdjj_0617_1_80 or pick up a copy in person if you live in the San Diego, CA area.