Friday, November 16, 2007

ceptuetics 11-14-07

Download Wednesday's show here. I think this one's the most fun non-guest show to date (minus a couple technical slips!), so check it out.
7:30 PM Jerome Rothenberg "Horse Song XI" Horse Songs & Other Soundings (S Press)
7:35 PM Abigail Child "From Solids (excerpts)" From Solids (Roof Books)
7:37 PM Charles Bernstein "1-100" {1969}
7:42 PM Kristin Oppenheim "Tap Your Shoes" {1996}
7:45 PM Jed Rasula "Repeat If Necessary" {2000}
7:48 PM David Cameron "The Lemonade Man" Flowers of Bad (Unbelievable Alligator)
7:52 PM Edwin Torres "Some Kind of Rip In What I See" {2006}
7:58 PM Kenneth Goldsmith "Slobodan Milosevic and Kenny G" {WFMU, 2006}

Next week, my friend Sara Wintz will be on the show. Until then, you can read some of her poetry here and here.

Also, I will be reading along with friends at 169 Bar this Monday, around 6pm. Stop by, and check out the now regularly updated Minetta Review calendar for upcoming NYC readings. There are a bunch of great events this weekend.

1 comment:

j.henry said...


great things going on here -- happ'ly catching up on yr site / radio works. dig this playlist, some of my all time favorites (those oppenheim recordings are beyond description, jed is superb & i once wrote an extended hypertext meditation on blanchot & the bernstein track 1-100).

but speaking of 1-100, have you heard my 1-60!? i put it together as part of a 'fmu sixty second remix bonanza last year.

keep up the quality radio interviews / readings! i was thinking these might go well at PennSound, where i am editing now -- would it be ok with you if i run the idea to host by charles bernstein & the PennSound gang? -- would be great to segment some of these readings up & get them hosted as mp3s.

O -- &while i'm here at yr site, i've a general query for tellus cassettes drifting thru the blogosphere. (have you heard of these?) i'm working with a french sharity pal to curate the full collection at UbuWeb -- wondering now if you've some of these gems in the WNYU stacks -- there's a few i can't get my hands on out here in tokyo.

want to work together with us on this a bit!?

well -- many things & too many, i'm sure -- but if you'd like, do feel free to back channel : : danny.snelson at gmail : : i'll be looking forward to more aural pleasures in any case!

/cept on!

j.h c