Saturday, March 20, 2010

New digs

Slatherpuss is kaput. Wax Wroth is unkaput.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

current blogs

In case it isn't evident, Slatherpuss is currently dormant. Slatherpuss will remain online should my focus swing back toward informal blogging, but I do so much "public thinking" as a music critic that I find myself resistant to this approach in my personal blogging, leading me as it does to engage publically with ideas that might be better nutured in private or parlayed into creative endeavors. For blogging by moi, for the time being, please direct your attention to Moistworks, a collective mp3 blog I post on weekly, and Glossolalia, which is less of a blog than a repository for my video and sound art, but what are you going to do.

Monday, March 12, 2007



GLOSSOLALIA is a sound art project.

BLACK SAIL is an in-progress album of electro-poetics.

Electro-poetics involves using oral recitation as a sound source for aural art, along with digitally manipulated acoustic instrumentation and appropriated material.

GLOSSOLALIA is a sonic companion to the text-based F7 project. Both projects employ appropriated material and technological mediation, inscribing the same kind of tension between chance and deliberate operations into different media. Both tend toward the oracular. Some selections from F7 available online are here.

GLOSSOLALIA tracks do not cost anything. The post below this introduction will be updated with new mixes periodically.

GLOSSOLALIA is also seeking audio submissions of poets reading their work to continue the project. Contact for more information.

The re-use of any and all GLOSSOLALIA material is avidly encouraged.

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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

CREATION MYTH in Volutions

Monday, November 06, 2006

New interview

Sean Kilpatrick has just put up an interview with me on his blog. Sean writes cool sexy poems and the interview was a lot of fun; check him out in Melancholia's Tremulous Dreadlocks.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Nightlight Reading Video

Amy White and Keith Weston created this terrific digest of the reading Ken Rumble and I recently organized at the Nightlight in Carrboro.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

The Poetics of Re-use

I'm working on a new blog, the Poetics of Re-use, with Adam Good and Buck Downs. The blog will be a space to build a discussion about the poetics of re-use, which will culminate in a performance and a panel in Washington D.C. on December 17 (more on that as details resolve). We're just getting started so there isn't a lot to see on the blog yet -- come by and leave us some comments; help get the ball rolling!