(*Saxophone player Shafi Hadi, born Curtis Porter, is best-known for his association with jazz legend Charles Mingus, and played on the seminal recording Mingus Ah Um, from 1959. He dropped out of the scene in the early ‘60s and the reasons why, and his … [Read more...]
About Sean Murphy
Sean Murphy has been publishing fiction, reviews (music, movie, book, food), and essays on the technology industry for almost twenty years. Video of his book readings and ongoing video-casts concerning the interaction of technology and art can be found at his website seanmurphy.net.
He has appeared on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and been quoted in USA Today, The New York Times, The Huffington Post and AdAge. He blogs at bullmurph.com and writes regularly for PopMatters. In addition, he’s an associate editor at The Weeklings, where he contributes a monthly column. His work has also appeared in The Weeklings, Punchnel’s, The Village Voice, AlterNet, Web Del Sol, Elephant Journal and Northern Virginia Magazine.
His memoir Please Talk about Me When I’m Gone was released in 2013, and is available at Amazon. His novel Not To Mention a Nice Life will be published in early summer 2015.