Here’s a box full of sonic this and that.
For instance, a couple of interviews.
“On this week’s show, I talk to the poet Steve Davenport.” —The Drunken Odyssey, Episode 37, 2.18.13
John King is in the house!
“I sat out on the patio of the Illini Union in Urbana, IL with Steve Davenport, who has published two collections of poetry that crackle with sparks that’ll burn you, Uncontainable Noise and Overpass, as well as a non-fiction prose chapbook Murder on Gasoline Lake. He also writes fiction; we talked about his Black Guy/Bald Guy series.” —Poets’ Voices, 8.28.12
Listen up. Jim Sullivan runs a tight interview.
Spork podcast! Drew Burk asked for a story. I recorded an unpublished Black Guy Bald Guy for him.
Here’s “Concrete Jungle Asphalt Jumble.”
Once upon a time, Karen Biscopink emailed to see if I had any poems she could publish in the inaugural issue (Summer 2013) of Your Impossible Voice. I lied and said yes. Who wouldn’t want to be in the first issue of a magazine with such a beautiful name? As we neared the delivery date of promised work, I delivered two poems. (Both were published. It will never be that miraculous again.) Here’s a reading of one of them, “Dear No. 2 Pencil, Decomposing in Whiskey,” which YIV nominated for a Pushcart Prize.