On the next edition of Life Elsewhere a former carpenter and construction worker, Nicholas Petrie talks about his riveting debut novel, The Drifter. Petrie, a gifted writer, and keen observer takes the reader on a roller-coaster ride, as his hero a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is faced with formidable situations. Norman B asks, “Is the author delivering a commentary on war or even politics?”
Michael Schultz from Toronto explores the entertaining topic of heckling in his aptly titled book, Heckle: Notes From The Peanut Gallery. As the presidential election process gets crazier by the day, if not the hour, we can expect a few heckles along the way. Schultz joins the show to help us get a better understanding of what heckling is all about.
A favorite friend of Life Elsewhere, the extraordinarily talented, singer-songwriter & poet, Barzin, alerted Norman B to the music of Tobias Jesso Jr. Make sure you don’t miss his haunting, beautiful song Hollywood from his new album, Goon.