Perfect Pitch: Green Kill Live Stream

Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/01/2021
2:00 pm-8:00 pm

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Virtual Event Only

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Green kill Live Stream presents Perfect Pitch on January 1, 2021, 2-8 PM on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtIl3EpRi2c&feature=youtu.be
Perfect Pitch
Perfect Pitch has evolved out of the New Year’s Day Extravaganza that Bruce Weber produced organized in Manhattan from 1995-2019.
A recent full time resident of the Hudson Valley, Weber was inspired to create the event by his exposure to talent in the region, and the exciting creative opportunities that are arising in the vicinity of Kingston.
The show provides a great opportunity to become familiar with a potpourri of creative writers and musicians online during the course of the six hour event, a follow-up to last New Year’s Day event at Beverly Lounge in Kingston.
The performers were filmed at Green Kill in Kingston during the course of the autumn by David Schell.
Among the performers are Abby Travis. Paul McMahon, Andy Clausen, Pamela Twining. Michael Bisio, Josepha Gutelius, Sam Truitt, Suzanne Bennett, Sparrow, Phillip Levine, Sylvie Degiez, Wayne Lopes, Karen Whitman, Rick Pantell, Anne Gorick and Mikhail Horowitz.
Groupings of Performers, Alphabetical Order
2-4 PM
Suzanne Bennett
Celia Bland
Fred Duignan
Anne Gorick
Ken Holland
Mikhail Horowitz
Paul McMahon
Tamas Panitz
Matthew J. Spireng
Abby Travis
Pamela Twining
Bruce Weber
4 – 6 PM
Robert C. Basner
Jennifer Bennett
Michael Bisio
Andy Clausen
Teresa Costa
Lily Dunlap
Cate McNider
Guy Reed
Sparrow
Sam Truitt
Sarah Vogwill
Ron Whiteurs
6 – 8 PM
Richard Comerford
Sylvie Degiez
Josepha Gutelius
Laura Hinton
Michael Jurkovic
Allison Koffler
Phillip Levine
Wayne Lopes
Vladimir Nahitchevansky
Rick Pantell
Michael Ruby
Joanne Pagano Weber
Dayl Wise
Karen Whitman
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright
Biographies of the Performers
Robert C. Basner
Robert C. Basner, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Special Lecturer in Medicine, Columbia University,is an internationally recognized physician and biomedical researcher, author, editor, and mentor. He has published poetry in numerous journals including the Columbia Review, Promethean, and Chronogram, and has been a featured reader at the Woodstock Poetry Society and the Lace Mill, and has read at master classes at the Unterberg Poetry Center in New York City. He currently is working on a first collection of verse as well as a suite of musical settings for voice and viola.
Jennifer Lewis Bennett
Jennifer Lewis Bennett: In New York’s Hudson Valley, Jennifer Lewis Bennett lives in a rustic cabin alongside the Esopus Creek. She wanders the land and communes with Nature, her muse. On warmer days, she leaves windows open so that birds and insects can join her inside. As the philosopher queen of this wilderness realm, Jennifer shares her observations and interactions in a spontaneous, creek-of-consciousness manner. Some call it poetry.
Suzanne Bennett
Suzanne Bennett is the Executive Director of ShoutOut Saugerties, a multi-arts organization. She’s writing a series of futuristic stories set in Queens. The first in the sequence was published in Newtown Literarymagazine and nominated for the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story award. The story she reads from in Perfect Pitch is the second in the series.
Michael Bisio
Bassist / composer Michael Bisio has been called a poet, a wonder and one of the most virtuosic and imaginative performers on the double bass. He has been recognized with nine project grants from various arts organizations, plus the prestigious Artist Trust Fellowship. In 2017 he was invited to be Master Artist in Residence at Atlantic Center for the Arts and is instructor of bass at Bennington College (2009 – present). Michael has been a member of the Matthew Shipp Trio since 2009 performing throughout the Americas and Europe : Carnegie Hall, Newport Jazz Festival, Buenos Aries Jazz Festival, Am I Jazz ? Festival, Kiev, MoMA, The Vision Festival, NYC and Festival Sons D’hiver, Paris. He has over a hundred recordings in his discography, more than two dozen as leader or co-leader as well as a dozen more documenting his extraordinary association with piano icon Matthew Shipp. Michael’s current project as a leader is Bisio/Knuffke/Lonberg-Holm, featuring Kirk Knuffke on cornet and cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm.
Celia Bland
Celia Bland’s third collection of poetry, Cherokee Road Kill, with drawings by Kyoko Miyabe, was published in 2018 (Dr. Cicero). She co-edited Jane Cooper: A Radiance of Attention (U. Michigan 2019), and is the author of YA biographies of the Native American leaders Pontiac, Osceola, and Peter MacDonald, and of The Secret Nine, a novel about the Wilmington, NC, race riots of 1898. Madonna Comix, an image and poetry collaboration with artist Dianne Kornberg, were exhibited at NYC’s Lesley Heller Gallery, and published with an introduction by Luc Sante (f8 2014). She works at Bard College.
Andy Clausen
Andy Clausen has travelled and read his poetry all over North America and the world. (New York, California, Alaska, Texas, Prague, Kathmandu, Amsterdam and elsewhere) He was co-editor of POEMS FOR THE NATION with Allen Ginsberg and Eliot Katz (Seven Stories Press). He was an editor at LONG SHOT Magazine. Andy has written about his adventures with Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Ray Bremser, Janine Pommy Vega, Peter Orlovsky, and many others of the Beat Generation. He is the author of “40th Century Man” and “Home of the Blues”, among other books of poetry. His latest book, “Beat: The Latter Days of the Beat Generation, a First Hand Account” was published by Autonomedia in fall of 2018. He is currently working on a book about his backpacking travels around Asia and Europe as well as a new volume of poetry.
Richard Comerford
Richard Comerford is a lifelong resident of Ulster county, born in Kingston 1946. Many ofhis poems reflect his love of history and nature.The “Barn” is a poem of the early Dutch Barns in the area; the “Vineyard” celebrates his love for making wine from local vineyards. “Atlantis” is a poem of re-incarnation, and eternal love, inspired by a love of forty years. Richard is not a prolific writer but writes from experience, a true feeling. Richard is married to Teresa Costa a poet since 1987
Published: in the Gallery at Greenkill’s Broadsheet and CAPS 20th anniversary 2020.
Teresa Costa
Teresa Costa hosted the Word oF Mouth Poetry Series for 5 years @ Artbar Gallery in Kingston, NY. & in 2021 plans on hosting Pop Up Poetry readings, and getting the web site up and running. Costa has been published in Home Planet news, Gasconade – The Ladies Review, CAPS 2020- 20th Anniversary, Stained Sheets, Long Island Review, Chronogram, Ulster Magazine, A Slant of Light: Contemporary Women Writers of the Hudson Valley- Codhill Press, amongst many others.. Creature Comforts, her first real book of Poems published by Post Traumatic Press 2013, and is currently working on a new book of poems, & prose, and a novel. She helps put together the Hudson Valley New Years Day Spoken Word/Performance Extravaganz. Teresa lives in the midst of nowhere surrounded by wild trees & trolls. She is married to Richard Comerford.
Sylvie Degiez
Sylvie Degiez is a pianist, composer and educator who has created and directed multiple performances that integrate music with words and visuals such as multimedia operas, voice recitals, music & words videos & poetry readings with music. A conceptual composer, Sylvie Degiez writes performance pieces for dance performances, video and theater. She also teaches music @ The Young Composer Workshop, a program she created for young people that is in it’s 3rd decade. She hosted The Moon Saloon and CHRONOCOSMOS, evenings of poetry and improvisation at 92YTRIBECA. She has collaborated in various media with artists and poets including projects with poet/photographer Ira Cohen, musical readings with Taylor Mead, Judith Malina, Janine Pommy Vega, Andy Clausen, Pamela Twining and an ongoing multi disciplinary project at the Platte Clove gallery in upstate NY.
Fred Duignan
Fred Duignan, artist and writer, who has exhibited and read at Green Kill several times, including an exhibition of his paintings July 2020 entitled “Unzipped”, published book of poetry, “Self Portrait as a Cup and Saucer (Silver Hollow Press)” which will be available this summer with an Introduction by the Beat Poet, Andy Clausen. The cost will be $7.99.
He began writing poetry as a young man in High School where he was wrongly accused of plagiarizing his first poem. He began publishing as a member of LUNCH, a poetry group that created a magazine by the same name as a non-student on the campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Rutherford, New Jersey.
Fred is a painter who graduated from the University of California Santa Cruz. He is a past Curator of Contemporary Art at the Paterson Museum in New Jersey and is a former art critic for COVER, a downtown NYC Arts & Entertainment Magazine.
Lila Dunlap
Lila Dunlap: From New Orleans, Lila Dunlap is a graduate of Bard College, where she studied with Robert Kelly. She has published three collections, The Partitas, Trysts, and The Sea Comes Back, through Lunar Chandelier Collective, and chapbooks including The Peacock and the God (The Swan, University of Pennsylvania), The Sciences (The Doris Press), as well as collaborative series, (Water Color and Tarot Images (metambesen.org) from the work of contemporary painters. Her work has appeared in Dispatches from the Poetry Wars, The Doris Magazine, Otoliths, Aurochs Magazine, and Open Space Magazine. She is a former editor of the poetry circular Mint Julep and currently edits the online magazine Blazing Stadium.
Anne Gorrick
Anne Gorrick is a poet and visual artist. She is the author of eight books including most recently: Beauty, Money, Luck etc. for Beginners (Spuyten Duvil, 2019), An Absence So Great and Spontaneous it is Evidence of Light (The Operating System, 2018) and The Olfactions: Poems on Perfume (BlazeVOX Books, 2017). She co-edited, with poet Sam Truitt,In|Filtration: An Anthology of Innovative Writing from the Hudson River Valley (Station Hill Press, 2016).
Josepha GuteliusJosepha Gutelius
Josepha Gutelius is a writer and visual artist. Her writings have been published widely and anthologized in Best New Writing 2013, Berlin: An Anthology, and A Slant of Light, among others. She received a grant from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund for her series “Silence of Nowhere.” Two of her paintings are currently on view at Albany Institute of History and Art. She lives in Saugerties, New York.
Laura Hinton
Laura Hinton is a multi-media poet, literary critic, and editor as well as an educator. Her most recent poetry book is Ubermutter’s Death Dance (BlazeVox); she has staged this performance work in poetry venues from Tucson to Maine to New York City, where she lives and teaches. Critical books and edited collections include The Perverse Gaze of Sympathy: Sadomasochistic Sentiments from Clarissa to Rescue 911 (SUNY Press), We Who Love to Be Astonished: Experimental Women’s Writing and Performance Poetics (co-editor) and Jayne Cortez, Adrienne Rich, and the Feminist Superhero: Voice, Vision, Politics and Performance in the U.S. Contemporary Women’s Poetics (editor). She is a Professor at the City College of New York (CCNY of CUNY), where she teaches feminist and literary theory, poetics, film and visual studies, as well as creative writing. She is also the editor of the hybrid-poetics journal Chant de la Sirene (www.chantdelasirenejournal.com). Hinton’s website is at laurahinton-singingsirens.com.
Ken Holland
Ken Holland is an award-winning poet who’s just been nominated a second time for the Pushcart Prize. His work has been widely published in such journals as Rattle, Southwest Review, The Cortland Review and Poetry East. Most recently in The Carolina Quarterly and Wisconsin Review with poetry forthcoming in The Chariton Review, The American Journal of Poetry, and Confrontation. He placed first in the 2019 Stephen DiBiase competition, and third in the 2020 Naugatuck River Review contest. His poems have also been featured in a number of anthologies. He resides in Fishkill, New York, and is currently compiling several manuscripts for publication.
Mikhail Horowitz
Mikhail Horowitz is a widely castigated poet/performance artist and the author of Big League Poets (City Lights, 1978); Rafting into the Afterlife (Cod Hill, 2007); and Ancient Baseball (Alte Books, 2019). His performance work has been featured on seven CDs, including The Blues of the Birth (Sundazed Records), a collection of jazz fables. He has lowered property values at many venues in New York City, among them Theater for the New City, Westbeth Theater, St. Mark’s Poetry Theater, and the late Village Gate.
Mike Jurkovic
Mike Jurkovic: A 2016 Pushcart nominee, poetry and musical criticism have appeared in over 500 magazines and periodicals worldwide with little reportable income. Full lengths include: AmericanMental, (Luchador Press 2020) Blue Fan Whirring (Nirala Press, 2016), smitten by harpies (Lion Autumn Press, 2014) President, Calling All Poets, New Paltz, NY. CD reviews appear online at All About Jazz, and Lightwood, Featured poet: London, San Francisco, NYC, Albany, Baltimore. He was and hopes to be again the Tuesday night host of Jazz Sanctuary, WOOC 105.3 FM, Troy, N. He loves Emily most of all.
Alison Koffler
Alison Koffler was the recipient of the Green Heron Poetry Award in 2011 and was the 2016 winner of the Bronx Council on the Arts’ BRIO Award for poetry, having won it as well as in 1993, 2000, and 2006. Her poems are included in Like Light: 25 Years of Poetry & Prose by Bright Hill Poets and Writers, Bright Hill Press, 2017 and CAPS Poetry 2020, CAPS Press, 2020. She lives in the Bronx and Woodstock, NY with her husband, the poet Dayl Wise, and their dog, Cole. She and Dayl are the co-founders of Post Traumatic Press.
Phillip X Levine
Phillip X Levine is Woodstock Poetry Society president and poetry editor of Chronogram magazine. Phillip believes that our most valuable and desperate endeavor is to put meaning into our lives, and he does that by writing, acting, creating. And, perhaps most of all, by being a dad.
Wayne Lopes
Wayne Lopes is a guitarist and composer who has been a presence on the NY music scene for decades. He has created the music for many art performances, dance pieces and plays and has performed with The Human Arts Ensemble, Judith Malina and Hanon Reznikov of The Living Theater, Nico, Ken Little Hawk , Andy 3 Raven of Brothers of the Wind, and Perry Robinson. He is a founding member of the Gift of Eagle Orchestra with Van Manakas and Sylvie Degiez. Wayne is also a creator in multi disciplinary performance project at the Platte Clove gallery in upstate NY.
Paul McMahon
Paul McMahon is grateful to say he has released 10 albums of original songs and was included in a 2009 exhibition, The Pictures Generation 1974-1984, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His current release, Hymn to Her is a lyrical presentation of the philosophy of a child of the Goddess. His music and his improvisational healing act “Rock and Roll Therapist” have earned him a major regional following, as have some of his other activities. Growing up near Boston his father led family ‘sing-songs’ and as a teen he played in jug, blues and rock bands, usually as lead guitar. In his late 20s he played in several bands in the NYC No Wave scene. Solo since the early 80s, his songs delve into spiritual and emotional healing and the ubiquity of love. This millennium he was in Army of Love with (bffbabymama) Amanda Jo Williams. Just before Covid struck he completed a successful tour of four US cities curated and attended by people in their twenties. He organized and emceed the only Woodstock concert actually held in Woodstock at the Colony on the 50th anniversary in 2019 and he is proprietor of the Mothership, an Everything Center in Woodstock.
Cate McNider
Cate McNider: Long based in New York, Cate McNider has been writing poems since 1986 and her first collection, Separation and Return was published in 2010. Her poetry, like her other artistic expressions, refers to the soul’s journey toward self-awareness with honesty and vulnerability. She’s worked in all aspects of the Healing Arts for the past 30 years, and currently teaches Alexander Technique (over Zoom since the pandemic). Cate is reading from her new collection, which has the working title “Escape Velocity.” A former part-time resident of West Hurley, she is honored to be included among Hudson Valley poets and performers!
Vladimir Nahitchevansky
Vladimir Nahitchevansky. Vlad lives in Kingston, New York.
Tamas Panitz
Tamas Panitz is the author of several books and chapbooks, most recently Associations (The Swan, University of Pennsylvania: 2020) and The House of the Devil (Lunar Chandelier Collective: 2020). A new book, Toad’s Sanctuary is forthcoming from Ornithopter Press in 2021. He is a founding editor of the online journal Blazing Stadium. His poetry and criticism has appeared recently in Jacket2, Columba Poetry, Caesura Mag, and elsewhere.
Guy Reed
Guy Reed is author of Second Innocence (Luchador Press) and the chapbooks, The Effort To Hold Light (Finishing Line Press), Still Life With Acorn (Fool Head Press), and co-author, with Cheryl A. Rice, of Until The Words Came (Post Traumatic Press). He’s published in journals, anthologies and contributed two poems, performing one, in a featured role for the film, I Dream Too Much. Also a filmmaker, Guy is currently working on a documentary about the Esopus Creek, Water Keeps Time. A Minnesota native, Guy’s currently resides in the Catskill Mountains with his wife and their children.
Michael Ruby
Michael Ruby is the author of seven poetry collections, including Compulsive Words (BlazeVOX, 2010), American Songbook (Ugly Duckling, 2013), The Mouth of the Bay (BlazeVOX, 2019) and The Star-Spangled Banner (Station Hill, 2020); a trilogy in prose and poetry, Memories, Dreams and Inner Voices (Station Hill, 2012); ebooks Close Your Eyes (Argotist Online, 2018) and Titles & First Lines (Mudlark, 2018); and five chapbooks with the Dusie Kollektiv. He also co-edited Bernadette Mayer’s early books, Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words (Station Hill, 2015), and works as an editor at The Wall Street Journal.
Sparrow
Sparrow is known for the softness of his pinto beans. His recent book is Small Happiness & Other Epiphanies(Monkfish).
Matthew J. (Matt) Spireng
Matthew J. (Matt) Spireng’s 2019 Sinclair Poetry Prize-winning book Good Work was published in 2020 by Evening Street Press. An 11-time Pushcart Prize nominee, he is the author of two other full-length poetry books, What Focus Isand Out of Body, winner of the 2004 Bluestem Poetry Award, and five chapbooks. His was the winner of The MacGuffin’s 23rd Annual Poet Hunt Contest in 2018 and the 2015 Common Ground Review poetry contest.
Abby Travis
Abby Travis: Called “…Your Favorite L.A. Rock Musician’s Favorite Bass Player” (LA Weekly). Abby Travis has played bass and sang with The Go-Go’s, Cher, The Eagles of Death Metal, Masters of Reality, Beck, Elastica, The Bangles, Farflung, earthlings?, KMFDM, and a ton of other acts. She recently performed at The Women’s March Los Angeles with Edge (U2), Juliette Lewis and Brad Wilk (Rage Against the Machine, Black Sabbath). She has four critically acclaimed (Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, AP) full length solo releases: “The Abby Travis Foundation”, “Cutthroat Standards & Black Pop“, “Glittermouth“, and “IV“ Travis wrote or co-wrote the majority of the material on all for albums and produced or co-produced all of them as well. In addition to singing and playing bass; she has keyboard and guitar credits as well a composer.
Sam Truitt
Sam Truitt was born in Washington, DC, and raised there and in Tokyo, Japan. He is the author of the ten works in the Vertical Elegies series, among others in print and other media, including most recently Tokyoatoto. He is the co-editor of In|Filtration: An Anthology of Innovative Poetry from the Hudson River Valley; and Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words: The Early Books of Bernadette Mayer. Among other recognitions, he is the recipient of numerous Fund for Poetry awards, a Contemporary Poetry Award from the University of Georgia, and a Howard Fellowship. The producer and a co-host of the podcast Baffling Combustions and Director of Station Hill Press, he lives in Woodstock, NY. For more, visit: samtruitt.org
Pamela Twining
Pamela Twining has traveled the US with her partner, poet Andy Clausen, performing her work in California, Colorado, New York City, Michigan, Wisconsin and places in between. Her work has appeared in Big Scream, Big Hammer, PoetryBay, The Café Review, Napalm Health Spa, and Heyday!, among others. With Andy Clausen, she is co-curator of “The Invisible Empires of Beatitude” page at The Museum of American Poetics (www.poetspath.com) and for several years, she co-produced the Janine Pommy Vega Poetry Festival in Woodstock, NY, where she and Clausen reside. She is author of four chapbooks, “i have been a river…”(2011), “utopians & madmen” (2012), “A Thousand Years of Wanting; the Erotic Poetry of Pamela Twining” (2013) and “Renegade Boots” (2019). A book of Selected Poems will be published in 2021 by Endpaper Press.
Sarah Vogwill
Sarah Vogwill is a visual artist, graphic designer, and activist with Extinction Rebellion NYC. Writing is a refuge and a source of inspiration. Thanks so much for including me in this event. Words can act like a salve on a traumatized soul. Let’s help each other to heal.
Bruce Weber
Bruce Weber is the organizer of Perfect Pitch: The New Year’s Day Spoken Word/Performance Extravaganza. In addition to being a poet he is an art historian, currently specizlizing in the historic Woodstock art colony (see learningwoodstockartcolony.com). Bruce’s most recent book is THERE ARE TOO MANY WORDS IN MY HOUSE (Rogue Scholars Press, 2019).
Joanne Pagano Weber
Joanne Pagano Weber is a writer and visual artist. She produced the set that you will see on screen, and has designed the sets for many for the New Year’s Day events, including last year’s in Kingston, and for many years in New York City for the Alternative New Year’s Day Spoken Word/Performance Extravaganza.
Ron Whiteurs
Ron Whiteurs was born in the Bronx, brought up in the hills of Mahwah NJ, R. He has lived in the New Paltz-Rosendale region since 1966. With an MA from SUNY New Paltz, he taught English at that institution in 1970-71 and went on to a long career as unofficial “Poet Laureate” of IBM Publishing in Poughkeepsie (1980-1989). While working at IBM in the mid-1980’s, he appeared as guest consultant with Anthony Fast in two broadcasts of classical music on the Vassar College radio station show, “Treasures from Captain Classics Collection.” One broadcast featured the music of Franz Peter Scubert, and the other broadcast featured the music of Karl Maria von Weber.
R. Dionysius performed regularly at the Rosendale Creative Space Co-Op from 1989 to 1992; He performed annually at the Cave Readings at the Widow Jane Mine in Rosendale from 1991 to 1997; He starred in the Igneous It performance Ox Necks in Tweed on April 3, 1992; He performed at Fountain House, NYC, and slammed at the Nuyorican Cafe, NYC, during these years; He performed at the Woodstock Guild’s Byrdcliffe Barn as part of Summerjazz (FM Artist’s Coalition) in 1992; He performed as main feature poet at the Outloud Festival in Claryville in 1994; He formed the absolutely amateur rock n’ roll band “Glory-Hole Bishops of the Holy See” in which he starred as lead singer and song writer; He recorded four poems and interviews in 1993 for the Steve Charney Show (“Knock-on-Wood”) on WAMC Albany Public Radio; He featured in the brief biographic film Trapped in Amber by Bart Thrall of Big Time Records (2006); He hosted the 19th Annual Hudson Valley Poet’s Fest in the Widow Jane Mine (2009); He was a featured poet at the 2010 Albany Word Fest; He was a featured poet at the 17th Annual Bowery Poetry Club Spoken Word; He was a featured poet at Sound, Sight, and Motion (2011) in New Paltz, and he has been published in the Rondout Review, Abraxas Magazine, The Poets Gallery, Chronogram, Hunger Magazine, Wuzz Buzzin (Switzerland), Arabesque (Shivastan Press), The Home Planet News, Heyday Magazine, Lifeblood, and in And Then Magazine.
Karen Whitman and Rick Pantell
Karen Whitman and Rick Pantell are an acoustic duo who perform mostly original music that is both humorous and thought provoking. Their influences range from folk and rock to classical, Eastern European and Broadway. Their songs, whether telling stories or touching on social commentary, leave you uplifted. Karen’s voice is as genuine as it is powerful, and Rick’s guitaring is as imaginative as it is lush. They have performed at Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revivals and the New Jersey Folk Festival, among numerous venues, and have been featured on WKZE FM, WAMC (NPR) and on City World Radio live stream.
www.whitmanandpantell.com
Dayl Wise
Dayl Wise is a husband, father, grandfather and a keen gardener. He was drafted into the US Army in 1969 with service in Viet Nam and Cambodia, 1970. He returned to Viet Nam in 1993, 1995 and 1997 with a different mission, in the form of reconciliation delivering medical supplies. With his wife, the poet Alison Koffler, he is the co-founder of Post Traumatic Press. His poems have appeared in numerous publications, and he is the author of Poems and other stuff (Post Traumatic Press, 2004) and Basic Load (Post Traumatic Press, 2009).
dswbike@aol.com – web site: posttraumaticpress.com
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright is a publisher, critic, eco-activist, impresario, and artist, best known as a New Romantic, Surrealist poet. He is author of 17 books of verse, including Blue Lyre from Dos Madres Press and Party Everywhere from Xanadu. Currently he publishes Live Mag!, a journal of art and poetry. He recently produced a film highlighting his puppet shows called “Pandemic Puppet Jam,” on Youtube.

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