Posted on October 6, 2022 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
When famous figures die, past interviews with them start flowing to the surface again.
The same was surely true with singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn, who died Tuesday at the age of ninety.
But we also got a little something different with her death.
Instead of an interview, we have an essay about the time that someone didn’t interview her.
That column comes courtesy of writer Hanif Abdurraqib, whose A Little Devil In America: In Praise of Black Performance was nominated for multiple awards and won a few.
Read Abdurraqib’s homage to Lynn in the New York Times.
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