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Design of the Week | The Art Life

Author of the hottest book around, N.J. Campbell (Found Audio), told me to check out 'David Lynch: The Art Life.' So, I did. You should too.

David Lynch | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 05 July, 2017 0 comments |
N.J. Campbell discusses Found Audio

It sounds like a long way off now, but next July 2017 we will publish one of the more unsettling manuscripts to come across my desk. For the first time ever, Found Audio presents a complete transcription of the mysterious audio recordings of an unnamed adventure journalist and his decades-long pursuit of the Borgesian "City of Dreams," alongside analysis from audio expert Amrapali Anna Singh.

Found Audio, N.J. Campbell, Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 01 September, 2016 2 comments |

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