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OK If I Never Perform Again. But Would Prefer To Perform Again

I couldn’t ask for a better remediation of my reading of “Fugue 184 | Ekpyrosis” at Silo City (below). Flatsitter orchestrated the video. Using music by Lizzi Bougatsos (I think). Noah Falck planned the event and, along with so many other people, did the work of making it happen. Also, Robin Jordan’s enthusiastic collage response helped give me the guts to end my set with this poem that sprawls.

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A few Poems w/Afternoon Visitor

Hey, these new poems of mine are being projected through circuits of energy and light Afternoon Visitor 6 is out – w/thx to Maggie Nipps and TR Brady for their vision and work on the issue.

How to feel, in part, about what we wrote (& write) largely remote from social life during the pandemic? Fugue 87 is a poem in love w/Samuel Delany’s memoir, Motion of Light on Water. Don’t know if I’ve read anything else as attuned to the movement between day to day life (relationships, housing, money) and the lyric and erotic.

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green_space w/Jay Besemer

Had the intensely good opportunity to interview Jay Besemer for green_space. Jay Besemer’s outlook on being with the world, changing through language, and negotiating the event while foregrounding the needs of the body feel absolutely essential. green_space is delighted to present our interview with Jay.… Read More