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    Greil Marcus

    Greil Marcus was an early editor at Rolling Stone, and has since been a columnist for Salon, The New York Times, Artforum, Esquire, and The Village Voice; he currently writes a monthly music column for Interview magazine. He is the author of The Old, Weird America: The World of Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes (1997), Like a Rolling Stone: Bob Dylan at the Crossroads (2005), as well as The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice (2006), Lipstick Traces (1989), Mystery Train (1975), The Dustbin of History (1995), Dead Elvis (1991), and other books. In recent years he has taught seminars in American Studies at Berkeley and Princeton. With Werner Sollors, he is the editor of A New Literary History of America, published in 2009 from Harvard University Press.