After spending eleven years anchored down on a small island off the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua, today Grant Peeples is a sometimes-grateful recovering expatriate, living in a pink house in the Florida Panhandle. He’s recorded nine studio records, and two live, and performs year-round in Europe and across America. A self-described “leftneck: a tree-hugger with a concealed carry permit,” his work swings between pillars of raucousness and intellectual edginess. He’s a raconteur, and a provocateur. The late music critic John Conquest referred to him as “the only songwriter I have ever called ‘ruthless.’” My Advice to Pilgrims is Grant’s third book of poetry.
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