I wrote a piece about an illicit object I own for Rob Walker and Josh Glenn’s Project:Object series.
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This week it also appears at the end of the newest episode of Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything podcast.
I wrote a playlist for Radio Public about my favorite critic-artists working in radio/audio. (It reads/sounds best in their app, which is a good new place for discovering podcasts.)
…at the Podcast Garage. And on Facebook. With Ann Heppermann. Talking about audio fiction. Here’s the video:
I will be discussing audio fiction, collaboration, and productive constraints with Ann Heppermann in the Podcast Garage in Allston, MA on Thursday, February 23.
I made a podcast with my son. Here’s the first episode:
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Max is helping me make a new webpage and it feels diffuse and wrong (to say nothing of totally self-indulgent in this time when America is dying, but then again it was probably dying before, but not as spectacularly) and I’m pretty sure this webpage will soon redirect to andrewleland.org and the only people seeing this ¶ will be RSS subscribers to goodjobbbbbbbbb: the online journal of SUCCESS, so if you subscribe to this blog in RSS you need to know that this blog is going dark and its dark goings on will continue “apace” at the aptly titled andrewleland.org, so if you’re one of the few people who enjoy the broth of the mind, who sip and sup from that elderly trough, then ma’am or sir or transmam or sirmom you’ll please now follow me back through the untrammeled deglazed glade of pre-Drumpf hoarfrost to andrewleland.org, back where the ceramic pavingstones etc etc etc etc etc etc
update: it costs money to have the site automatically redirect, apparently, so this post will stand like a tombstone until something actually dies
I’ll be speaking at the P L A T F O R M reading series in Northampton, MA on March 24, 2017, at the Click Workspace. I’ll be giving a multimedia presentation on “the weird pleasures of going blind,” which will probably/effectively be an excerpt of the audio commission I’m working on for Triple Canopy.