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Adam Cohen on the legacy of his father Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen's son, Adam Cohen, returns to q to talk about mourning his father and celebrating his legacy with a new collection of writing.
Leonard Cohen's son, Adam Cohen, is a musician and singer-songwriter. (The Canadian Press)
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Originally published on October 1, 2018

It's been almost two years since the passing of Leonard Cohen, but we're about to hear from the legendary singer and poet again. The Flame is a posthumous collection of his final writing that features never before published poems that Leonard Cohen wrote in the final few years of his life. The day before it's release, Adam Cohen returns to q to talk about mourning his father's life and and celebrating his legacy on the morning of the book's release.  

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