Monsters and Dust

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It was concerning. We knew of a few other magazines at the time that she also favored; it seemed we could construct nearly a full month of real-life activity for a woman that seemed intent on avoiding real life. Some of these other magazines printed her missives without question, and without explanation. Some cashed her checks, but some did not. Now, several years later, evidence of her devotion can be found in a full gamut of music magazines, a far broader range than I had earlier seen. In retrospect, however, it’s unclear whether she was truly insane—probably, some, sure—or if she was just set on becoming a pop culture legend. She had, after all, gotten more ink than most bands.