Lavinia Greenlaw's Book is for Anyone Who Was Ever a Girl or Has Ever Loved Music

New Haven Advocate | August 5, 2008
Music's remorseless grip on our hearts and minds is the subject of British novelist and poet Lavinia Greenlaw's slow-burning, exquisitely idiosyncratic new book, The Importance of Music to Girls. In bite-sized chapters, Greenlaw hurtles down the rabbit hole and reconstructs her musical education, starting with her earliest memories and ending with her leaving school.

New Haven Advocate

Since 1975, the New Haven Advocate has served as both the cultural guide and the main source of investigative journalism in the area. It has broken major stories about municipal corruption, brain cancer at Pratt & Whitney and predatory debt...
More »
Contact for Reprint Rights
  • Market Served: Metropolitan Area
  • Address: 107 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510
  • Phone: (203) 789-0010