Sat, 2 December 2017
This week I talk to Jacob Shores-Agüello, the resident of the Kerouac House in summer of 2017. We talk about the roles that genres play in the process of mourning, the improvistory games that can create a sense of shared culture, the glory of compression, and how to avoid the musical information car crashes that happen with prose.
Check out the offerings at the Annie Russel Theatre.
Check out Burrow Press's latest tome.