Let’s check into the Hotel Eden to relax in the eternal now. “Rowing in Eden” by Erik Anderson Reece is from a collection of work inspired by Joseph Cornell’s bird boxes.Read More
Truly being here is so much.
There are ten Duino Elegies. Here I read the ninth one.Read More
Walking a lonely shoreline on the longest night of the year
“It is best not to think of words while living ... “Read More
Sight-reading Adrienne Rich’s 1977 poem.
“The longer I live the more I mistrust theatricality, the false glamour cast by performance... “Read More
Every season something to fear. A tree falls on my house and I worry worry worry.Read More
Alain Bosquet's 7 part poem translated from the French by Jean Malaquais. Bosquet was born in Odessa; in this poem he returns to his birthland to find his poetic voice.Read More
A poem for the trees as they begin their migration.Read More
For valentine's day, let's listen to a bit of Gregory Orr's lyric sequence Orpheus & Eurydice. Let's listen to Orpheus’ head sing as it floats gently downsteam. She? She was a waterfall.Read More
A tarot card inspires a song....which I cut (sliced? slashed?) from my record. Hearts, harts, knights, nights and more...
Three demi-gods, now living in Brooklyn, on love and failed relationships.Read More
It's been a long time since I've released a cosmic dream radio episode. I explain why, and do penance with a straight-up reading of T.S. Eliot's "Ash Wednesday."Read More
I turn Mark Strand's poem THE END into a house/trance tune. But I read it to you nice and normal-like first.Read More
a song sad about love and art. with fireworks and an inside groove.Read More
bleakness must exist. better keep your coat, lover.Read More
I make an "Audio Intro" all professional like then ruin it by sounding like a young college radio host.Read More
the hellhound of hades wants someone to play with. a radio poem with the blues. and three-head harmony!Read More
a radio poem about love and failure when they're basically the same thing.
a broadcast for the aliens from this stupid small-town planet earth. with lame songs and barbecue sauce.Read More