Hi guys, I hope this update finds every body well this Halloween season. It’s been a while since I have updated this blog and I actually have several things to tell you, so let’s get to it!
I have one track on the Save The Children Compilation from the aquietroom net label. This comp is full of all sorts of ambient and drone goodness and I am proud to be a part. All proceeds go to the Save The Children organization to help provide aid to the women and children of Afghanistan.
Another compilation has just dropped from Hello America Stereo Cassettes, a cool project that puts out digital and cassette releases fusing music, noise, and literature of all types. My track “Analog Machines” (which dropped a few months back with Beir Bua) is featured on their fall collection comp.
Dreich is an excellent literary journal hailing from Scotland and I am proud to have several poems featured in season 3/Number 12. I am proud of this one as I am in excellent company,
Speaking of proud, I am excited to announce I have two poems online over at the always excellent Beir Bua Journal out of Ireland. Beir Bua is a space to watch for sure, as they are making moves and doing some interesting things, including launching a barrage of interesting titles with Beir Bua Press.
Which brings me to the biggest news, and I guess it’s okay to spill the proverbial beans here, my next book titled <Reboot> More So… Disconnected will be released March 2022 from Beir Bua Press! I’m super stoked to have my next book brought into the world from a press that is shaping up to be one of the premier experimental small presses! I would like to give a huge thanks to editor Michelle Moloney King for selecting my work to put out into the world.
I have also have booked my first reading of 2022 (and my first reading in years, actually). More news on that in the future!
Until next time, Happy Halloween!
Friend and fellow writer Michael Grover was kind enough to review my newest chapbook Automation, Man! (Bold Machines) over at The Museum Of Poetry. I hope you’ll give it a read and perhaps buy a copy of you have not already! Also, check out a lot of seriously good poetry while you’re visiting the site.
I’ve also been updating my YouTube with readings from my newest chapbook. I hope you’ll check it out, like and subscribe. I hope to add content on a regular basis.
Here is a short video of me reading a piece from my new chapbook. I hope you dig it, and please feel free to subscribe to subscribe to my YouTube channel…. and of course , my new chap is still available via Amazon.
I have two new poems up in the new issue of the excellent French journal Pro/p(r)ose! It is a pleasure to once again be featured in this magazine, and have the opportunity for my work to receive exposure internationally. Their journal is definitely worth checking out if you are fluent in French, or like me, modestly trying to learn. I hope you’ll check out my new poems.
I am very eager to be featured in more French journals, both in English and in translation. I am also interested in re-issuing previous chapbooks in French. Editors or translators out there feel free to get in touch, or point me in the right direction.
It’s been forever since I’ve posted here, after a while I sort of presumed it dead. However, my creativity ebbs and flows and I feel what I hope isn’t a temporary surge of creativity. So here once again is my resurrection.
I’ve been slinging out a few submissions, and have some directions I want to explore sonically. We’ll see.
Until then, there is always room for one more factory poem. This poem titled After I Finish Writing This Poem is up over at The Museum Of Poetry
Hopefully more forthcoming!
I haven’t updated this blog all year… better late than never I suppose. At any rate, after a slow year I am proud to say that my poems Wide Infinity Lines and Found Language, Buddha In Color are up over at the excellent Why Vandalism? I hope you’ll give them a read!
I’m proud to announce that I have two poems, 3am Soundtracks and Thinking About Philip Levine are up over at the always stellar Rusty Truck. Poems about factories are hard to get of your system, when you can’t escape from the system, but misery always makes for a worthy muse.
After a lengthy absence I’m proud to be back with a new poem up over at the excellent experimental blog/zine X-Peri. There is a lot of amazing work to peruse, along with my poem Anonymous Windows, I hope you’ll check it out.