Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward remembers his years as a heavy metal trailblazer; Lisa Van Wormer shares an essay on ritual and symbolism in a military formation; and Katherine Cottle discusses her book, I Remain Yours: Secret Mission Love Letters of My Mormon Great-Grandparents
There’s an old warning in the journalism world: Don’t interview your idol. And if you do, don’t let him know he’s your idol. The Signal’s Aaron Henkin has broken both rules: He shares the story of his encounter with Black Sabbath
drummer Bill Ward
They’re probably in a shoe box underneath a dozen other things in the back of a dusty closet, but they’re there – your old love letters. Now imagine that your great granddaughter finds that old box of letters, a century from now, and she happens to be a writer. Katherine Cottle
is the author of, I Remain Yours: Secret Mission Love Letters of My Mormon Great-Grandparents, 1900-1903
, and she visits with Aaron Henkin.
Former U.S. Army soldier Lisa Van Wormer joins shares the story of a particularly moving ceremony she attended during her deployment to Iraq.