Monthly Archives: June 2014

Poem #398

Once upon a time, a man said to a woman, “Who are you?” The woman said nothing in return, and the man replied, “Who are you?” The man said to the man, And the woman said to woman. And the … Continue reading

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Father

Poem #441 Look at his face, As he looks at yours, and hear His voice as he your own. An echo becomes its own Shadow, a sunny reflex, And as you/him/I look at him/you/it, Another word emerges: “It.”

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4 Articles at NewMusicBox

I wrote four articles for the NewMusicBox blog. They are: 1. Music and Place. It seems there are two ways to negotiate our complex, diverse, and global web of music-making: Either jockey the heck out of everything, as if it … Continue reading

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Prose #763

I have a story of a man. He is very lonely.  He hires strippers to sleep with him. Upon the stripper’s entrance, he asks her each time, simply and abruptly, “Do you find me beautiful?” If the stripper says anything … Continue reading

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