Interview: Michigan Quarterly Review

Riding SideSaddle* [box]

A great interview with the insightful Ryo Yamaguchi at Michigan Quarterly Review:

Riding SideSaddle* is not like most things you’ve read. On the surface it startles with its three-dimensionality — it’s not a spinebound book but a deck of cards, and you shuffle it before each reading. It’s a new, and wonderful, adventure each time, a story of outcasts, their caretaker, and the friendship and love they find with each other. It’s a story about the body and hybridity — based on the myth of Hermaphroditus — and it’s a story about magic and the slipperiness of categories.

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A Screw Tooth installation & performance built from the prophetic 1982 science-fiction/horror movie, “Forbidden World,” filtered through the mind of an obsessive, self-proclaimed prophet. Created by Adam Stone & Erin Rollman at Buntport Theatre, with contributions from myself and many others (August 8-9, 2014).

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The Post-Obsolete Book (again)

The Obsolete Book in a Post-Obsolete World as Represented by an Obsolete Book About Dance is a reflection on the obsolescence of obsolescence, and a performable website in the spirit of Michelle Ellsworth. This summer it also became a gallery installation, when I was invited to install & perform in the Electronic Literature Organization conference gallery.

Illya Szilak reviewed the show The Huffington Post, and Kathi Inman Berens (the gallery curator) posted the video above on YouTube.

Thanks for keeping the obsolete book alive!

I'm Not Ready To Go Yet [Demo]

Another demo! This one features Daniel Rule on the second guitar & vocals. Daniel has started playing with us regularly these days — we’re excited to have him in the band!

I’m Not Ready To Go Yet is our follow-up to the earlier Suicide Note. We have an updated demo of that coming soon too…

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A Dark Plain [Demo]

Here it is! The first in a new set of demos, updated to reflect our current sound. There are more on the way, so check back again tomorrow.

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