William Dickerson reflects on the suicide of Kurt Cobain in the introduction from his novel "No Alternative."
Music by Latterday Saints.
No Alternative is a coming-of-age story that probes the lives of rebellious kids who transition into adulthood via the distortion pedals of their lives in an era when the “Sex, Drugs & Rock’n’Roll” ethos was amended to include “Suicide” in its phrase.
"Turbulence," by Latterday Saints. The grunge-rock tune featured in the novel, "No Alternative."