Blabber Kitchen No. 1 is here! For the first time ever, in the form in which it was imagined.
Finally, Blabber Kitchen No. 1 can be viewed as it was imagined: A one hour Television variety show which focuses on discussion and performance of poetry, but without the commercials.
In Blabber Kitchen No. 1, you will find a very informative discussion/interview with Alice Sebrell, Director of The Black Mountain College Museum+Arts Center, on the history of Black Mountain College and the mission of The Black Mountain College Museum+Arts Center.
Göransson reads from entrance to a colonial pageant in which we all begin to intricate (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2011), his latest poetry collection. You can read a review of the book @ HTMLGIANT or you can order a copy from Tarpaulin Sky Press .
This is a spot from our prepro talk with poets Johannes Göransson and Joyelle McSweeney, co-founders of ACTION BOOKS, before sitting down with them to chat in the Blabber Kitchen for Episode No. 1. Stay tuned because Blabber Kitchen No. 2 is comin’ round the bend!
– Dancing Queen by ABBA, 1976
– Ain’t Misbehavin’ by Fats Waller, 1929
– Hello Bonjour by Michael Franti and Spearhead, 2006
– Karn Evil 9 by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, 1973
– Double Dutch Bus by Frankie Smith, 1981
– Dream a Little Dream by
(Written, and first recorded, by Ozzie Nelson in 1931.)
– The End by Saint Sparrow, 2010. “The End” is the song heard in the clips from “Let It Be for Paul.”
The End was written, performed and recorded by Saint Sparrow. Saint Sparrow is comprised of Jacob Shores-Argüello and Erika Wilhite.
“Let It Be for Paul” was written in a live collaboration on Facebook between eight people in 2010. The lines performed by Chris Pappas from “Let It Be for Paul” were written by Sy Hoahwah and Chris Pappas. See and hear the poem.
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