All Over and Over


by Tim Kinsella

All Over and Over

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In 2003, living on constant tour through the dark days of the dawn of The War on Terror, Joan of Arc decided to regroup as a political hardcore band. Make Believe was born. For the next few years they maintained a grueling schedule. Both the travel and the performances were excessive and exhausting. These are the journals Tim Kinsella kept on their final full U.S. tour—the tour on which he had to admit that the cost-benefit ratio of this lifestyle had toppled and he needed to stop.

Self-determination is largely about guiding which momentums you allow to propel you. This book serves as further evidence—as if any more were necessary—that change and growth are both often painful.

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Pages: 301

Size: 7"x4.25"

ISBN: 9781943888016

Publication date: December 19, 2015 


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Recommended to anyone who’s ever felt totally human emotions such as alienation, paranoia, and self-doubt.
— The Chicago Reader

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Tim Kinsella is the author of two novels, Let Go and Go On and On (2014, Curbside Splendor) and The Karaoke Singer’s Guide to Self-Defense (2011, featherproof). Since 1996, his band Joan of Arc and its related projects have released dozens of albums, and they continue to tour internationally on a regular basis. In 2015, he was Joyful Noise Recordings' artist-in-residence. He teaches at the MFA program at Roosevelt University. Recent projects include collaborations with Every House Has a Door and commissions for the MCA Chicago and The Museum of Contemporary Photography.

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