My cut-up poem They Burst Out Of Themselves (A Cut-up Of Luigi Russolos’ Art Of Noises) is featured in this music themed collection alongside a whole lot of talented artists!
Psalms of the Alien Buddha: Part 2 from Alien Buddha Press is now available in both a b&w edition and a color edition and is 180 pages of music themed writing and art from over 50 very talented contributors.
Alien Buddha has been making some pretty cool stuff, and I’m stoked to finally be a part. Check them out!
I have a new interview up over at the poetry and arts blog Fevers Of The Mind, I hope you’ll check it out. I talk about my influences and other writerly things. I had a lot of fun with this one, and am really enjoying opening up for my readers!
Poetry Mini Interviews is a wonderful project from Thomas Whyte in which he posts short interviews with poets and posts them weekly in bite sized chunks. Recently I had the pleasure of answering some thought provoking questions for Poetry Mini Interviews. The last question was posted today and you can read all five segments here.
I’m pleased to announce that I have four poems up in one of the best blog/zines around for challenging literature, Otoliths. It is another issue packed with exceptional writing, if you’ve never checked out Otoliths you are missing out.
The electronic/noise/experimental project of Shawn Blackburn and myself, Blk/Mas has finally returned with a new album download. X + Quantity Of Me may be our best effort yet, and I hope you’ll check it out, along with all the other stuff we have to offer over at The Awareness Factory.
Steele Grinder Volume 3 is streaming now and will be officially up for download on April 1st. It’s an eclectic compilation of noise/experimental music and features one track from myself titled The Grey Room . It’s an electic comp well worth the listen.
Proud to once again have some poems featured over at Altpoetics, “purveyors of nextperimental literature”. Hopefully you’ll check them out, I’m in good company.
The new issue of Red Fez is online and am once again proud to be included with a great group of writers. It seems some habits die hard, like factory poems. So click the link to read one more.
I am proud to have two pieces up over at one of the best online magazines around, 3:AM Magazine. They are both non-fiction pieces, something I have not published a lot of over the years but am looking forward to delving further into. The first article concerns defining noise/sound art, while the second piece is a log of experiments with dreamachines and binaural audio.
Classwar Karaoke 0027 is online now and ready for your consumption. My track He Who Has Found His Place (Amid Nothing) is included alongside many talented experimental artists. My track is possibly a little more quiet and moodier than expected, but it represents an exciting and different direction. As always, I’m proud to be included in this excellent series.