Playlist: A Nice Theory, Watts Riots, Children of Africa – Symphony of Science, So, How Are You Feeling? Bamboozlers, Everything Changes – Suzuki read by Peter Coyote. All content presented for educational purposes and protected under international copyright laws. Podcast produced by Michael Dickes
Before The Herd - by michael dickes
Aug 30, 2014 |
Written & read by michael dickes for Awkword Paper Cut September 2014 (c) 2014 www.awkwordpapercut.com
The Watching Crowd by Susanna Crossman
Aug 19, 2014 |
Aug 10, 2014 |
Written and Produced by Michael Dickes for AwkwordPaperCut.com Video version: http://vimeo.com/60155215 Copyright 2012
EPISODE 14-12 The Lakeshore
Jul 30, 2014 |
City Drip - md Earth’s Song – Louise Hastings % Dream - md % The Lake - Edgar Allan Poe ^ The Heart Field – Gregg Braden Los Vestido Desgarrados – Alberto Iglesias Loon - Greg Budney # The Moon – Claudia Serea * Great Enlightenment (~) Wooden Boat - md Sisters at the Lake – Cherise Wolas Like Water ^ - md Desire (exerpt) – Talk Talk % Ambient Sound #3 by Erokia * ^ Voiced by Nic Seabstian. *Soundtrack by Jared Gibb Special thanks to the The Poetry Storehouse # Macaulay Library & Cornell Lab of Ornithology (~) Sanskrit Mantras: Vajra Guru and Maha Moksha Lake related sound effects recorded using a ZOOM stereo mic At Indian Lake, NY in July 2014. All content presented for educational purposes ...
Stacking Rocks, Unacceptable Shorts, Writers in the Niche, Childhood Factories by Matt Dennison, Hold me, he whispers. Tiens-moi by Susanna Crossman, Man Without Love, Bees in the Eves by Bill Yarrow^, Yoo-kuh-ley-lee she over god's pocket, Storytelling in the Modern World - Ken Brecher, No Clearance in the Niche by michael dickes* ^ Poem by Yarrow; Read by Sebastion; Piano by Quijack (CC) * Music by Album Leaf Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved Awkword Paper Cut New York, NY The contents on this page are the property of the respective authors, artists, and publishers. All content is provided for educational purposes only
Episode 14-9: Around 4am Last Thursday
May 14, 2014 |
On the Reel Who’s Fit for Teaching? The Best Cigarette – Billy Collins Around 4 or So Last Thursday Morning – MD Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll – Mason Jennings (If) Grief (Were) Briefly (to) Disappear * Stevie Ronnie Interview The Art of Drowning – Billy Collins Instead of A Love Poem – Rob Plath^ You Gotta Move – Mississippi Fred McDowell Arvo Pärt - Beatus Petronius excerpt *Poem by Stevie Ronnie, read by Nic Sebastion, produced by Swoon ^ Read & Produced by Michael Dickes. Poem by Rob Plath Produced by Michael Dickes Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved Awkword Paper Cut New York, NY The contents on this page are the property of the respective authors, artists, and publishers. All conten...
About Awkword Paper Cut Podcast: An imaginative encounter with words in motion and visually inspiring soundscapes. The experience is greatly enhanced by listening through headphones in a reclined position with eyes closed and mind wide open. Déjà vécu (pronounced vay-koo) is what most people are experiencing when they think they are experiencing deja vu. Déjà vu is the sense of having seen something before, whereas déjà vécu is the experience of having seen an event before, but in great detail – such as recognizing smells and sounds. This is also usually accompanied by a very strong feeling of knowing what is going to come next. Read more from The New York Times Despot’s Progress – Marc Neys...