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WHAT   Poetry, Auric Press, 2023.



           ON Contemporary Practice, 2013.


UNDISCOVERY   Graphic works and posters exhibited contemporaneously with the performance of a Commons Choir  investigative musical called mayday heyday parfait at BRIC Media Arts, 2018

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E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E   motley libretto that brings the world about from scratch by telling the story of every state of language while making an all-embracing and economically astute amulet calling for a homespun synaptic and secretory phonics to consecrate and activate every gland and energy point in order to wish us well. E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E premiered at New York Live Arts in 2013 and was published for the occasion by Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs.

ANECHOIC NAAD DARKROOM   Proposal for the construction of an experiential building dedicated to dark retreat, "dark listening," inner hearing, sound gnosis, as well as correlated color, light and biophysiological research, 2012.

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LOBBYING    A number of broadsides posted in the lobby of New York Live Arts as part of an exhibition titled LOBBYING. The exhibition accompanied the performances of E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E

DEAREST CHOIR   A letter written to Commons Choir members in preparation for a performance at the Harlem Stage in 2010. The letter describes 4 key operative terms: reEnglish,

 Prosodopsychoneuroimmunoendocrinology [PPNIE], the Optative Mode, and the 9 stages in the bodily manifestation of phonemes. 


PHOTONIC PROSODY    A talk presented IN 2008 at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco as part of the “Poetics of Healing” symposium curated by Eleni Stecopoulos and subsequently included as part of the Supple Science  published by ON Contemporary Arts in 2010.

REMISSIONS      46 poems in memory of my mother's hospitalization, from Rhrurbarb, published by Jonathan Skinner at Field Books, 2007.

OVERCOMING FITNESS    Autonomedia, 2001.

HYPERGLOSSIA    Book review of Stacy Szymaszek's Hyperglossia, Litmus Press, 2009.

AUKSO (gain)    Multi-modal poetry, published in 1995 as Object#4, Editor Robert Fitterman, with an afterward by Stacy Doris. Aukso was written during a 2-week dawn-to-dusk 17th-century reading binge at the Bibliotèque Nationale in Paris, reliving the awe of Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (first microscopist and first witness to microorganism), reliving the initial conditions for animate arising from inanimate, breaking the laws of mechanics, as poetry expunged its need for self-preservation. 

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