This wasn’t only my first live show since the pandemic started, but my first live show in a decade. Kids, career change, moving, etc. We played “Where Pathways Meet,” “Plutonian Nights,” and “Space Is the Place.” The group was headed by Cliff McPeek, and included LaDonna Smith, Charles Pagano, Holland Hopson, and several others. I … Continue reading It Happened
Over at The Drunken Odyssey you can read a review of one of my favorite records of 2020–Silica Gel’s May Day. Continue reading New Review: Lost Chords and Serenades Divine #19: Silica Gel’s May Day.
Near the end of this interview, Jones mentions sending out a second manuscript and working on a reading series. Since then her second book of poetry, dark // thing has been doing well out in the world and she’s a founder and executive director of The Magic City Poetry Festival. All this and she’s just … Continue reading From the Eunoia Archives: An interview with writer Ashley M. Jones
TJ Beitelman is a writer, editor, and teacher in Birmingham, Alabama. Since this interview he has published several books including This is the Story of His Life, which you can read a sample of if you follow the link. Beitelman writes poetry, prose, and hybrids of both. This interview was originally published at Eunoia Solstice … Continue reading From the Eunoia Archives: An interview with writer TJ Beitelman
We’ve had great weather here, so when the kids get home we’ve been going to the park. I miss when the geese would waddle around us. Now there’s just screeching trees, but at least the insects and the heat haven’t taken over…yet. Mostly it’s just Spider-Man jumps and running around the playground. My oldest likes … Continue reading The Week That Was, or Red Planet Aligned
Erick Forsyth still is or has been a boxer, bartender, organizer, writer, blacksmith, photographer, and soul disc jockey. He’s probably had a whole range of curious employments I don’t know about. Currently, he’s running The Three Graces Studio, which specializes in blacksmithing and ironwork, wet plate photography, and writing. His ironwork is impressive and photography … Continue reading A Project That Could: Erick Forsyth and The Three Graces Studio