I’m reading on Friday 6/3 in San Francisco, and 20 Minute Loop is putting out a new LP.
Oakland Unified School District’s superintendent has proposed, in all seriousness, to build a “tiny house” community on publicly owned land to house underpaid teachers.
Today on Queen Mob’s Teahouse, a conversation with Russell Bennetts about aggressive earnestness and, well, you be Continue reading
Many thanks to Elaine Bleakney for reading & reflecting on sped this week. She writes, “This is such agile, high-risk Continue reading
My early anniversary gift was an unexpected Facebook message from Walla Walla vintner-poet Katrina Roberts, letting me know that sped Continue reading
sped was officially born today! Cue the celebratory music. One day I’d like to write more about the why—or at Continue reading
When I flew to Seattle for my father’s memorial service, my mother and I–and sometimes the people who Continue reading
Hot off the binary presses, How to Greet Strangers author Joyce Thompson interviews me about sped: process, concept, real Continue reading