It’s been more than a successful first round here at SMM, and we’re proud of the ground we’ve covered over this short span of time. The time has come, however, to focus on some writing and editing obligations. Don’t worry; we’ll return shortly with a new slew of author interviews, album reviews, and original publications. In addition, we’re adding a new staff writer or two to the team. C. M. Bartolomeo’s “self-help” series, Your Happy Life, will return full-force (if you’re not sure what this is about, check out day one, two, and three to catch up), as well as a synopsis of new and unsettling developments regarding my research of old uncle Charles Burnett.
In the meantime, there is plenty of content here to revisit. Here are a few of our most popular SMM posts to begin with:
- The Darkest Albums Ever Recorded, Part One
- The Darkest Albums Ever Recorded, Part Two
- Into the Library Loft: an Interview with Toby Driver
- Horror, Nature, and Truth: An Interview with Michael Wehunt
- Beholding the Void: An Interview with Philip Fracassi
- Hate Your Art: An Interview With Philip LoPresti
We promise we won’t be gone long. As a matter of fact, we’ve just barely begun.
PS: You might’ve noticed that we’ve ditched the ads. We’ve decided that SMM should offer a quality, user-friendly environment to readers, and that ads simply muck up the visuals. This also means, however, that SMM depends on your support. Please visit our Store or leave a donation to help us maintain the quality content our readers deserve. We deeply appreciate your help.
-Justin A. Burnett