Monthly Archives: February 2020

Greg Masters reads new work

… In a world that is getting crazier, the writer Greg Masters is important because he continues to make sense. On a ship that is sinking, he is one of those life savers who gives directions. I recorded him reading last month on a day […]

No Land Excavation

… I went to the La Mama Galleria a couple Sundays ago wanting to hear No Land and to see what she was going to do. I found out when I got there that she was performing with three musicians. And this is what I’ve […]

Marcel Duchamp at MoMA: Anémic Cinéma

… I was almost caught by a guard filming. You can take photos but no videos. I think like in an old Greek myth, when a god comes, the spirit of Duchamp made me invisible as I held the phone still as a statue. … […]

Linda Quinlan reads from Chelsea Creek

… At the Bureau of General Services Queer Division in November in New York City, Linda Quinlan read from her most recent book of poems, Chelsea Creek. I had gone to hear Vittoria Repetto read, so Linda Quinlan was an unexpected treat. I felt close […]

Sujay Sarkar, drawings and photos from Bangladesh

… Sujay Sarkar is 19 years old and from Barisal, Bangladesh. He helps to edit a little magazine called Tonga. I liked his drawings and photographs when I saw them on Facebook. He says, “I don’t know what I want to do! I do whatever […]

Cliff Fyman reads from Taxi Night

… A few years back Cliff Fyman drove cab at night and began to make poems out of what customers said as he took them to where they wanted to go. Cliff came over to my place last week to record some of his nocturnally […]

Dust of Snow by Robert Frost

… Dust of snow. It is unexpected. Grace comes in a moment. … … … Dust of Snow The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some […]