The Music/Interview series embraces the principle that any good interview is about the creative use of dialogue, not simply about extracting information through the mechanics of question-and-answer. Books in the series focus on encounters with significant figures in music, presenting the most provocative and resonant interviews possible. The series represents artists who not only made their mark through their musical work but have also had insightful and profound things to say about creativity, politics, and culture. The series is no longer accepting submissions. 

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DANIEL CAVICCHI is an associate professor of American studies and head of the Department of History, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences at Rhode Island School of Design. He is the author of Tramps Like Us: Music and Meaning among Springsteen Fans and the coeditor of My Music: Exploratons of Music in Daily Life. His public work has included "Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom," an inaugural exhibit for the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.