And I heard a voice from Diamond Mouth Surprise, as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of a great thunder: and I heard the voice of harpers harping with their harps: And they sung as it were a new song and no one could learn that song but Diamond Mouth Surprise.
Please join us in triumphant return to WORDS SOUNDS LOVE
PHIL CORDELLI words
here.30 Maujer St. #2C
then.Saturday, October 8
doors at 8 | show at 9
FREE as always
$2 Beers of course
Zonotope™ is a collaboration between physical entity L. W. Nathan and inter-dimensional extra-vibrational being Jerry Paper exploring electronic timbres and romantic encounters in science-fiction settings.
Meadowlands is a solo venture exploring the shadows neath balsam pines and the shimmer of street lamps on vacant avenues through field recordings and improvised synthesizer movements.
Annie Correal is a writer and reporter based in New York, where she has covered crime and breaking news for El Diario and The New York Times, and contributed radio stories to NPR and WNYC. Her first radio documentary, ‘Kidnap Radio,’ about her father’s kidnapping in Colombia and the radio show her family used to send him messages, aired on This American Life, NPR, and internationally on the CBC and Radio Netherlands. She is currently starting a new story telling radio show in Spanish, Radio Ambulante, and working on her first book.
Phil Cordelli is the author of Book of Numbers / Book of Letters, available from Agnes Fox Press. He is also the author of New Wave and coauthor of The Pines, Volumes 1-6
Evan Rehill’s work has been published in Open City, American Short Fiction, and Little Star. He teaches at Pratt Institute and Rutgers University. He is a founding member of the Picasso Machinery reading/performance series in Brooklyn.