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Jenny Santellano reads my short poem, “Her Son, Her Daughter”

I am thrilled to share here that Jenny Santellano included a short poem of mine today in her poetry reading video series.  The poem is entitled “Her Son, Her Daughter,” and can be heard (thanks to Jenny’s wonderful voice) below.

Jenny is a poet and a vocal artist who generously contributes her talents to the indie lit community by reading the work of others.  You can find more of her work over at her Youtube channel, Jenny S. Poetry Readings.

Thanks again, Jenny!

 

Achtung, Nerdy.

Apparently some of my poetry readings were picked up by a video hosting site in Germany?  I … don’t know how any of this works, to be honest.  But it looks like the De-Visions platform borrowed a few readings from my Youtube account and then shared them in a different video format(?)

I honestly don’t mind.  Thanks for the exposure, De-Visions.

The readings include my interpretation of Philippe Atherton-Blenkiron’s superb “Operation Staffhound,” as well as Jenny Santellano’s readings of my poems.

 

 

 

Jenny Santellano will read one of my poems!

Hey, gang — I received some nice news today.  Poet Jenny Santellano has kindly agreed to feature a poem of mine in her ongoing video series.

Jenny is a particularly gracious creative person who allows other poets to benefit from her voice; she reads selected poems at her Youtube channel, which you can find right here.  (Seriously, guys, she has a beautiful voice.)

The poem selected is “The Writer.” It was part of a trilogy of poems entitled “Three Dreamers,” which was first published in 2013 by Dagda Publishing in its online format, and then in its print anthology, “Threads.”  (“Three Dreamers” was also subsequently published by Illumen Magazine, Dead Snakes and UFO Gigolo.)

I’ll be sure to post a link when the video appears.

Thanks Jenny!