You guys, I have to brag for a minute here. I have a really cool friend. Like, a really, really cool friend. The kind that travels the country taking photographs of your favorite bands, (including Taylor Swift!) writing incredibly in-depth, insightful, passionate pieces that go deep into the heart of the music that made us, and who quite frankly has a heart of gold.
I’m talking about writer and photographer extraordinaire, Molly Hudelson.
And now, Molly is doing something that I am so proud and so envious of that I just want to shout it from the rooftops, and it turns out, I can! (via this blog anyway…) She’s releasing a book. But not just any book—I Told You I Hated New York is a collection of stories and poems about everything from mental health, to friendship, to belonging and the inevitable but universal feeling of heartbreak.
Being a music photographer and journalist for the last 8 years, Molly’s stories center largely around her adventures in music both as a fan and a behind the scenes industry vet.
They’re poised, beautifully told, wonderfully relatable. You can grab a copy here and follow Molly on:
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