Hear Christine Deavel sing, “What the Moon Knows,” from the play, Vicinity | Memoryall. We asked her 89 year-old father, Gary Deavel, if he’d write a variation— which we are so honored that he did. Listen to that and then see the film “Olive” (available for download after Oct 9th) by our 2018 Emerging Visions Filmmaker Award Winner, Sarah Linkatoon.AVAILABLE SEPT 1
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Vicinity | Memoryall
Syrinx Effect (Kate Olson and Naomi Siegel) perform “Song for Dead Sparrows” commissioned for this book. Melinda Mueller reads The After in its entirety.
THIS IS A FREE DOWNLOAD, but if you think the Syrinx Effect is as cool as we do, we’d ask you to go support the band by buying their first full-length album, “A Sky You could Strike a Match On” over on Bandcamp! And please note, the actual book comes with a CD that includes an additional seven additional minutes of an extinct sparrow song.
Popular Songs: The Political Poems of 1819-1820
Seattle poet, Kym Littlefield, reads selections from Popular Songs: The Political Poems of 1819-1820 by Percy Bysshe Shelley. This book contains some of the fiercest protest poems in the English language, so get your resistance on and listen in.
THIS IS A FREE DOWNLOAD and if you like it, be sure to give Kym a high-five when you see him over at Open Books: A Poem Emporium.