Hi there, Listeners! Our newsletter highlighted Aulton’s stunning songwriting just a few weeks ago, but this update was simply too special not to share…
Lately I have been thinking about love. After the passing of cultural theorist Lauren Berlant, I was reading a dialogue she participated in regarding l…
Part of why you haven’t heard from us in a while is that I was on vacation the last couple weeks, visiting family in California. After spending much of…
Hi there, Listeners! After a year of solitude in all our separate hermitages, it seems that many folks are starting to take their first tentative steps…
A little while back, our good friend and collaborator Joseph Miller-Gamble connected us to Art Resources Transfer, or A.R.T. In their own words, “A.R.T…
A few months ago, I started working with a new student named Amelia Bell. With Amelia I have learned how to go nearly a whole session without talking, …
Greetings, Listeners, Hope this extra-profound-rebirth-themed spring is treating everyone well! This week’s feature comes from a writer we’ve showcased…
This week’s post comes from teaching-writer Sagirah Shahid. In his 1899 poem “Sympathy,” Paul Laurence Dunbar captured some of the emotional weightines…
Join us tonight for the latest Neurolyrical Cafe, this time featuring Unrestricted author Adam Wolfond! This past week, Adam wrote a poem of synthesis …
This week we bring you another post from Sagirah Shahid! I was a fan of Saysha’s writing before we met in the summer of 2019. I voiced a poem she had w…
This week’s poem, courtesy of Dustin Duby-Koffman, is a poem for all those who live in the lands between. Dustin’s canny stanza break helps the reader …
This week’s Listening World comes to us from Sagirah Shahid, a teaching-writer with Unrestricted Interest who has worked extensively with students at t…