Growing up Motown—a special section on Motown explores how artists such as Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson grew up within Motown Records, and how the company itself emerged in Detroit to become one of the most distinctive cultural industries of the twentieth century.
Plus James Wood on the art of noticing, Patrick Shanley on discomfort, Lynn Levin on going to the Playboy Club with her father, Jonathan Starke on moving to Oregon, Jeff Meyers on Yukio Mishima. Fiction from Shimon Tanaka; poetry from Adonis, Jeff Hoffman, and Karen Holden; a review by Sarah Mesle of Patti Smith’s new memoir, which won the National Book Award.
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