Andrew and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new book Light Come Shining: The Transformations of Bob Dylan, change, the “blood of the land,” the world-weary qualities of Bob Dylan and his relevance still today.
Andrew McCarron is a teacher and writer born and raised in the Hudson River Valley. He holds a PhD in Social/Personality Psychology and currently runs the Religion, Philosophy and Ethics Department at Trinity School in New York City.
His first collection of poetry, Mysterium, was published by Edgewise Press in 2011, and book length study of the poets Charles North, Tony Towle, and Paul Violi, Three New York Poets, was published by Station Hill Press in 2015.
For more information about David Peck's podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his site here.
With thanks to producer Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound.
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