As it hits its 1ooth installment my iconoclastic Axl Rose poetry novel appears to be gaining more attention. Thanks to Caught By The River for the coverage.
College Music Unlimited (who I forgot I used to be a columnist for) meanwhile had this to say about it:
AXL ROSE REMEMBERED THROUGH POETRY So, we draw ever closer to that moment no man, woman or child ever believed could happen - the release of Guns N' Roses' 'Chinese Democracy'. But how did this momentous occasion come about? Well, I'm not quite sure, but I have been very much enjoying former CMU columnist Ben Myers' re-imagining of the life of Axl Rose from smalltown boy to world famous rock star via the medium of poetry, entitled 'I Axl: An American Dream'.
With Axl's (I've given up calling them Guns N' Roses) new album now ear-marked for release I shall be striving to spread the word on it even further.
In other news I also reviewed the new album by The King Blues, who have made a few appearances no this blog of late. The review is for The Quietus.