BJT editor Jeff Burger's new book on Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan, whose interviews are the subject of a new anthology

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BJT editor Jeff Burger’s latest book, Dylan on Dylan: Interviews and Encounters, focuses on one of the most influential singer/songwriters of our time. The chronologically arranged anthology features illuminating radio, TV, and print interviews, press conferences, and Q&A-based feature articles. Also included are excerpts from more than 80 additional conversations spanning Dylan’s entire half-century-plus career as well as his 2016 Nobel Prize acceptance speech.

Dylan on Dylan by Jeff Burger
book published by Chicago Review Press

Much of the material has not been previously available in print. Interviewers include some of the top music journalists of our time, such as Mikal Gilmore and Robert Love, as well as musicians like Pete Seeger, Mary Travers, and Happy Traum. Introductions put each piece into context and, in many cases, include the interviewer’s reminiscences about the encounter.

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The 560-page book is published in the U.S. and Canada by Chicago Review Press, which also issued Burger’s anthologies devoted to Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, and John Lennon. Those books have since been republished in nearly a dozen countries.