Three-time winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and finalist in the Eric Hoffer Award, Foreword Indie Book Award, and Midwest Book Award.
"I swear by sweet Morrissey's quiff that I heard the dead boy speak through the grooves . . . "
This is your sign.
Technically yes this is a book. But as much as it is a book it is also a DJ set spinning stories mixed with lyrics and poems-this is a Henry Mackaman experience. Here to remind you that:
THE TIME IS NOW
THE ANSWER IS YES.
So go out and create. Love. Maybe read a little . . . and pass it on.
All profits from the sale of this book will be divided equally between the UW Organ Tissue Donor Program and the Henry D. Mackaman Creative Writing Award at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Henry Mackaman is a writer a DJ at WSUM Madison and a guitarist in Phantom Vibration. Henry lived from 1991 to 2013. But he lives now. Because literature is always present tense.
After Henry's sudden death from bacterial meningitis strain B he saved five people with his decision to become an organ donor. Henry's posthumous collaborative memoir The Music of the Soul Lives On was a finalist in the Midwest Book Awards and the Indy Awards.