John Darnielle

John Darnielle

author, 'Wolf In White Van'

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John Darnielle on KCRW

Darnielle titled his novel after a back-masked message in Larry Norman’s song “Six Sixty Six.” He reflects on our desire to locate meaning where there might be none.

John Darnielle: Wolf In White Van

Darnielle titled his novel after a back-masked message in Larry Norman’s song “Six Sixty Six.” He reflects on our desire to locate meaning where there might be none.

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