Sixty two letters from a nameless protagonist to a woman he saw at a party. The letters form the seduction, in sifting the loose, disparate details of his day-to-day the desires, the frustrations, the joys. The self as depicted through emotional weather updates, social observations, anecdotes, advice, and well-timed punchlines. Fiction.
About the Author
Over the course of nine releases as Smog, Bill Callahan built an international audience for his musical fights and lyrical incites. For the past three years, he has presented his music under his own name to. His artwork, which has adorned the covers of all but one of his albums, has been distributed in the form of three sketchbooks (Women, The Death's Head Drawings and Ballerina Scratchpad) and he has contributed his unique perspective to magazines over the years, but Letters to Emma Bowlcut is his first published writing. As Bill continues to record and tour, playing concerts throughout Europe, Japan, North and South America and Australia, Letters to Emma Bowlcut will be disinseminated among his ever-chaging and growing fan-base.