On The Divine Comedy’s IN MAY

To the best of my knowledge, In May is this: a chamber opera for one voice, its narrative unfolding as a series of letters from a youngish man dying of cancer to his father who is living in… Read More

On The Divine Comedy and Mingling with Artists

Neil Hannon

For a good fifteen years now, whenever people have asked me what my favorite band is, I usually say The Divine Comedy. I attempted to oeuvreblog them a few years ago and wrote an introductory essay laying out… Read More