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The September edition of FSM ONLINE is now live for your reading and listening pleasure. This month’s cover story is an in-depth interview with CHRISTOPHER WILLIS, who discusses a wide range of his recent work, including LAMYA’S POEM and SCHMIGADOON!, with an accompanying score analysis, the LAMYA’S POEM project. Also this issue are an interview with MICHAEL ABELS on his latest sci-fi-tinged work, LANDSCAPE WITH INVISIBLE HAND; VOLKER BERTELMANN chats about the similarly spacey JULES, starring Ben Kingsley, plus his Oscar-winning ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT; the winners of the 1983 RETRO FSMIES are revealed; DASCHA DAUENHAUER scores Helen Mirren’s portrayal of GOLDA; TONY THOMAS interviews MAX STEINER in 1961; INON ZUR takes to the stars in Bethesda’s hugely anticipate game, STARFIELD; Cary Wong wrangles this year’s BROADWAY slate; JASON BRANDT joins the fun at CAMP HIDEOUT; get to know Oprah composer GREG SIMS; lots of album reviews, including THE LAST VOYAGE OF DEMETER, HEART OF STONE and DEADLY BLESSING; plus embedded audio clips, and more. Enjoy!

 

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