A Portrait of the Artist as a Glum ManOriginally written for Episode 62 on Eraserhead (1977) and Freaks (1932). Interviewer: What was Wild at Heart about David? “Well, it’s about one hour and forty-five minutes. ~An interview with Toby Keeler, recounting a conversation with Lynch “Believe it or not, Eraserhead […]
We talk about her book, Known by Salt, over at The Drunken Odyssey. (Photo courtesy of Bang Images.)
Stull exists in two realms: One is as a improv rock trio and the other is as a recording project based on a process that begins with Tracy’s percussion/field recordings. You can hear them woven together in the Stullification playlist. When we’re in a room together, I mostly play bass. On these […]
I’m happy to have a short essay co-written with a former student over at The Drunken Odyssey. Sometimes resolutions take a decade.
Or What I Think About While Doing Burpees with Peter Murphy. You can read it at The Drunken Odyssey.
With my current job I travel more than I ever have. One way I stave off homesickness is by reading books my wife has given me (and rereading poems we’ve written for each other). The one I keep picking up for now is Letters to Véra, Vladimir Nabokov’s letters to […]
Twenty-First Century playtime: 5YO: I have to take care of this puppy because my mom got this puppy with her husband but then they broke up. They were married but they broke up and now I have this puppy because my mom’s on vacation and the puppy’s babysitter called in […]
Sometimes I can’t tellif she’s eating yogurt ortubes of clown makeup.
I took John Coker’s intro to philosophy class my first semester of college and eventually took a class or directed study with him every semester for the next four years. I spent hours talking to him about music, literature, and philosophy. I still have books he gave me. I feel […]