Bill Callahan


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in Silver Spring, Maryland, The United States
January 01, 1966

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Bill Callahan, also known as Smog and (Smog), is an American singer-songwriter. Callahan began working in the lo-fi genre of underground rock, with home-made tape-albums recorded on four track tape recorders. Later he began releasing albums with the label Drag City, to which he remains signed today.

In July of 2010 Drag City published Callhan's Letters to Emma Bowlcut, which is an epistolary novel told through a series of letters.

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Letters to Emma Bowlcut

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I Drive a Valence: The Coll...

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Briefe an Emma Bowlcut: Roman

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Penny-Ante: Book #2

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“I was trained to turn loneliness into laziness.”
Bill Callahan, Letters to Emma Bowlcut

“I sometimes see a shortcoming in myself, how little patience or understanding I have for many people in the way they act. I am able to see the fragility in some, but I only have so much time to wade through their manipulations and traps and draining behaviour. Some people think I'm heartless in leaving others to suffer their own selves.”
Bill Callahan, Letters to Emma Bowlcut

“At the heel end of the day, I need my glass of wine. Christmas lights for the brain.”
Bill Callahan, Letters to Emma Bowlcut



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