I know it’s been a minute since I’ve posted anything up here, but just because I’ve been quiet doesn’t mean I haven’t been hustlin’! In fact, I’ve been performing quite a bit around Atlanta (more on that in a later post), and I’ve had friends kind enough to record these readings and performances for me. But wait, there’s more!
The Atlanta Fringe Fest hosts an audio section of its festival every year, and my recorded work (now collected) was accepted into it this time around! And to celebrate its 5th anniversary, Fringe Audio is giving $100 to the audio show with the most “likes.” So, click here to listen to my audio-ness now known as “All These Things I’ve Said.” It’s 20-odd minutes of stories, poetry, and indecency from Atlanta’s live literature scene. And if you enjoyed my audio set, show it (and me) some love by clicking the ♥ (heart) “like” button on the Soundcloud player.
You’ll be hearing a smattering of my written work and spoken words performed around the city and beyond. The set features my live performances from Write Club Atlanta, Naked City Atlanta, the annual Drop the Mic Poetry Slam at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, and a few living-room-studio recordings. (Also, shouts out to Grayson Bergmann of Grallberg Audio for assembling and beautifying my audio, as well as teaching me things about fancy microphones.)
All of the Fringe Audio shows will be available on the Atlanta Fringe Fest website for the FREE, but only from May 29 – June 12, 2016. There’s some phenomenal storytelling going on in this city, so you’d be wise to listen up.
Click “play” below to hear my Atlanta Fringe Fest Audio set.
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