Podcasts

 

I had the pleasure of collaborating with The Poetrygram on two podcasts:

2. Poetrygram: Tips for Performing Your Poetry

I'm reading my poem "Tiresias and Moses" published in the charitable Light Through the Mist anthology (starts: 03min40s)

4. Poetrygram: How to Create a Poetry Journal

I'm giving some advice on how to keep a poetry journal along with other poets (starts: 09min56s)

Recordings

Have you ever wondered how Occitan sounds like? Or how I sound like when I sing? Listen to my reading of "How Joan Petit Dances" from the first issue of Pollux Journal (USA).

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I read "Amerikanoa", "Their Common Language", and "The Argentinian Rugbywomen" as part of the Bridgewater International Poetry Festival (Virginia, USA).

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I was invited by Neptune's Glitter House for WayWard Poets to read some of my poems. Here is a replay of the event (starts: 03min10s). I'm reading:

1) The Frenchwomen of Fulham

2) Krieg

3) Their Common Language

4) Amerikanoa

5) Boniches (parts I, II, III, IV, V)

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My poem "Krieg" was commended for the 2020 Ambit Poetry Competition. You can watch me reading it here (starts 15min30s).

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I recorded my poem "Divine Séraphine"

for the magazine The Scores.

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I am reading here my poem "The Argentinian Rugbywomen", published in Magma's "Resistencia" issue.

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You can listen to my performance for the Poem-A-Thon

at The Poetry Café here (starts 00min45s). I'm reading the following poems:

1) "The Japanese Rugbywomen"

2) "My Cricket Kids"

3) "Les Misérables"

4) "Body Languages"

5) "Tales of the Woodcock"

6) "Tiresias and Moses"

Recording Microphone
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