A new review of the Sri Lankan-American poet’s latest collection can be found at North of Oxford.
After months of work, I’m excited to announce the next Carbonation Press release.
Gates of Bone is a new auditory piece, specifically for live performance. It combines nature and noise. It combines Cascadia and Spokane.
Foray for The Arts is a new performance series. It’s a project that local poet Sarah Rooney and I started in January.
I have created a new track. It is in two versions: one with spoken word and one that is instrumental.
Now out via North of Oxford, a review of the slimmest of Meister’s poetry from Wave.
Here find a new audio track I created for Denny Stern, artist and writer and collaborator in Seattle.
My first audio project of 2024 is “The Old Way,” a track that starts with a field recording. […]
Now’s a great time to revisit my reviews of Rodrigo Toscano and Elizabeth Cooperman.
A new review is in the print edition of International Examiner.
My latest project is complete, and it’s noisy.
I’m excited that my dear friend Maung Day has a new book out, published by Chin Music Press. […]
The soundtrack I created for the Altar(ations) performance during Altar/Alter is now on Bandcamp. At roughly 30 minutes and featuring field recordings from 11 locations, it’s one of my more ambition productions. Check it out below.
Arc Humanities has published Caroline Bergvall’s Medievalist Poetics, an anthology of writings about Bergvall’s writings. Chapter 13 is […]
It’s essentially winter here in Spokane, and the reviews keep coming down the line.