Archive for the ‘Studio’ Category
Michael S. Hennessey – Everyone and Anyone (1’13”). Recorded by phone on April 26, 2009 for Leonard Schwartz’s Cross-Cultural Poetics program on KAOS-FM in Olympia, Washington (scroll down to show #191). This poem (1’18) was also part of Hennessey’s set at the Cincinnati Public Library on April 7, 2009, which is archived on his PennSound page. Hennessey is managing editor at PennSound as well as the pen behind PennSound Daily.
Marie Buck – The Beheading Game (0’55”). Broadcast on Kareem Estefan’s Ceptuetics program on WNYU on February 6, 2008 and archived on PennSound. Diana Hamilton’s review of Buck’s chapbook Life & Style (Patrick Lovelace Editions, 2009, available for download at Beard of Bees) at Sustainable Aircraft. Website for the little magazine Buck edits with Brad Fliss, Model Homes. Buck’s contribution to Attention Span 2008.
Erika Staiti – from Go, Poet, Go (2’26”). Recorded shortly after the January 17, 2009, performance of the text at Canessa Park and archived in its entirety (10’11”) on A Voice Box (a faulty mic connection spoiled the live recording). Two poems from Shampoo 32. Staiti’s contribution to the SPT Aggression Conference in May 2008. Her discourse documenting project What We Said. Stan Apps on Verse/Switch & Stop Motion (a “stapled, xeroxed book” in private circulation). Kevin Killian’s account of an evening of Neo Benshi that included Staiti’s telling of a scene from Cassavetes’s A Woman Under the Influence. • Jennifer Manzano alludes to Staiti’s performance in a discussion of “poets and their clothes.”
Maggie Nelson – from Bluets, sects. 52-59 (5’11”). Recorded on March 11, 2007 for LA-Lit, co-hosted and co-produced by Stephanie Rioux and Mathew Timmons; sponsored by Superbunker; recorded at Betalevel. LA-Lit on PennSound. Nelson according to Wikipedia. Her bio at CalArts. Women, the New York School, and Other True Abstractions. Bluets is due out in October 2009 from Wave.
Rachel Levitsky – Defining (1’08”). From Neighbor, just published by Ugly Duckling Presse. Recorded on January 23, 2008 for Kareem Estefan’s Ceptuetics show on WNYU. • More Levitsky on PennSound. The Belladonna Series, curated by Levitsky; related publications. Levitsky’s “Dim Sum” on Delirious Hem.