It’s Christmas and coughing and spluttering on occasion, the occasion being Christmas, but I just said that. The Hare emerges, ironically snow-attired, long ears attuned to the howlings and laughter of the season, to greet, not you personally, but why not? but generally you, generally. Speaking. In an arguably insensitive but well-meaning comedy accent of your choosing. GOOD CHOICE! How dare you. You’ve just spoilt it for everyone now, there’s a tension in the air you could cut with the Brussel sprouts. And stop farting, if possible.
Merry it is here, supping wine, feasting, with family, and the Hare.
Merry chocolate selection box.
Thanks for reading and clicking and showing appreciations in 2016, have an agreeable 2017. I asked you to stop trumping, if possible?
Peter’s been recording a selection of festive poems and spoken word covers and they’re available to hear here –
It’s About Christmas – Christmas Palsy Spoken Word Album
I’ve made a recording of “An Alabama Song”, a poem that I wrote last Halloween, which is inspired by “Alabama Song” by Kurt Weill and Bertold Brecht. This link seems to change as I put new stuff up but it’s here for now and on my bandcamp:
Not so resolutely lo-fi this time, as my mobile has been jettisoned and forgotten as a recording device, but still a recording made from a new mic, from my odd-voiced home.
Enjoy what you find enjoyable.
Here’s the original poem, which is also available by clicking “lyrics” on the bandcamp playlist.
I have made a home recording of me reading the poem, “Folk Song”.
It should please fans of the resolutely lo-fi.
It is free to listen and download, or available to buy on a “pay-what-you-want” basis (!)
This is the first poetry reading I have recorded. On the bandcamp page, I have also provided an optional intro bit. Those with an eagle’s eye will note that I have also sneakily unveiled the working title of a new collection!
AndThe Project are calling for submissions for a new Chapbook/’zine publication for artists of all kinds inspired by the word, “Performance”.
I’m also asking for comments, suggestions, feedback, and anything to gauge how this sounds to you, whether it’s something you’d like to read/take part in, and pointers for now and in the project’s future.
More information can be found here:
call performance pdf
As well as a cross-discipline art, poetry and prose magazine, it is also intended as way to share insight and advice across all different kinds of experience.
Email me submissions at the stated address, too. Questions and Enquiries welcome too.
– Peter And The Hare
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