Captain Phil's Planet playlist for 01/13/2022

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
ELOFire on HighFace the Music
BudgieI Can't See My FeelingsBandolier
Jethro TullCold Wind from ValhallaMinstrel in the Gallery
Binnie KleinOrchard Song*
QueenLove of my LifeA Night At The Opera
RenaissanceThe Vultures Fly HighScherazade and other stories
Crack the SkyShe's a DancerCrack the Sky
KansasThe Devil GameSong For America
RushAnthemFly by Night
Gil-Scott HeronThe Revolution will not be Televised
Bob DylanSubterranean Homesick Blues
Rolling StonesBig HitsUnder My Thumb
Blind FaithCan't Find My Way Home
Nina SimoneI Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free

Captain Phil's Planet welcomes back the planets Poet Laureate Gwynne Garfinkle for an interview discussing her new book, "Can’t Find My Way Home".
Young actress Joanna Bergman has been guilt-ridden for four years. Her best
friend Cynthia Foster died in a firebombing meant to protest a New York draft
board near their college in 1971. Jo was supposed to accompany the
charismatic Cyn on the night of the bombing but backed out at the last
minute. Jo’s new life is complicated enough: she’s falling for her soap opera
costar, the philandering Martin Yates, and trying to regain the sense of connection
she lost when Cyn died. But then Cyn’s ghost appears, furious with Jo for bailing
on her that fateful night and, worse, for going on living without her. As Jo tries to
figure out what her friend’s ghost wants from her, she is hurled again and again
back to the night of Cyn’s death.

Gwynne Garfinkle is a Los Angeles native, a fiction
writer, poet, and erstwhile rock critic. Her collection of
short fiction and poetry, People Change, was published in
2018 by Aqueduct Press. Her work has appeared in such
publications as Strange Horizons, Uncanny, Escape Pod,
Apex, GigaNotoSaurus, Mermaids Monthly, Not One of Us,
and Climbing Lightly Through Forests. She has an MFA
in Creative Writing from Antioch LA. Follow her on
Twitter or Instagram (@gwynnega) or visit her website: