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But these days, when I hear an adult say it to another adult, it catches me off guard. It doesn make sense. If all immigrants went back where they came from? Earlier this month, Yau took a literal approach to this question by mapping it out. “I play about eight instruments. I’ve just been doing it since I could walk. They saw a video I posted as a joke of me singing and they were like, ‘Hey, do you want to audition?’ and I was like, ‘Oh s , yeah.’ Because who wouldn’t? So everyone thinks that this is a publicity stunt or me trying to be like, whatever, but no music is my passion.”.
“The Telling Distance” won the Western States Book Award.In 2019, publisher Farrar, Straus Giroux released a new collection of Berger’s favorite works from those earlier desert books and added new essays.Titled “A Desert Harvest,” it was his final release and a career crowning publication with a major publisher decades after his earlier small press desert books inspired a cult following.”A Desert Harvest” drew wide attention a Los Angeles Times review said “The book places (Berger) among the best of past generations to write about the Southwest” and its launch included a seven city book tour for the 80 year old Berger, joined on the road trip by Anderson.”It’s really exciting,” Berger told the Times in 2019. “It’s a sense of finally having arrived.”His poetry was published frequently in journals and in a 1995 collection, “Facing the Music.” And his definitive history of the Aspen Music Festival was published in 1999 as “A Tent in a Meadow” and in later editions as “Music in the Mountains.”Berger also appeared regularly in the letters pages of The Aspen Times, advocating for environmental conservation, weighing in on local controversies, on Music Fest concerts and physics lectures.He wrote slowly with a thesaurus at his side, meticulously crafting his phrasing and cadence. The result was a contemplative style and lapidary prose to savor, always punctuated by his wry wit.”A lot of people write quickly because things flash quickly into their heads and they don’t want to lose anything,” Berger told the Times in 2019.