Author Archives: Pamela Callow

You May Ask Yourself…

By Pamela Callow You may ask yourself, where does that highway lead to? – Once in a Lifetime, The Talking Heads As a novelist, I am always impressed by the potency of good song lyrics, ones that can convey the universality of human experience in pithy yet eloquent phrases. Although I don’t listen to music when I write, I am often inspired by a specific song or lyric that speaks to some element of my work in progress. The bleak, gruff exhortation of Jeff Buckley’s Continue reading →