Not for You - Robert R. Thurman

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Artist

ROBERT R. THURMAN's music has been used in numerous exhibitions and projects including "The Next Tortured Genius" - Monkdogz Urban Art, Chelsea, New York; "Bodies of Sound" - Postcrypt Gallery, Columbia University; "Under The Radar" -Contemporary Urban Center, London; "Stan Brakage Project" - Silent Media, Taos, New Mexico and "Sound Of IT 3: Works In The Spirit Of John Cage” - Garage 4141, San Diego, CA .

You can also find him here: http://robertrthurman.com/index.html

Life Isn't Fair - Craig Kurtz

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Artist

CRAIG KURTZ first upturned the intelligentsia with The Philosophic Collage EP in 1981 (a postpunk classic reissued by BDM in 2012). Singles by his ‘protean’ band Dots frequently garnered raves from Alternative Press, and other mags, in the 90s. Currently a versifier of Restoration plays (in collaboration with artist Anni Wilson), Kurtz’s latest audio endeavor, “Wortley Clutterbuck’s Deplorable Poems,” amalgamates classical and thespian disciplines into a rococo mode of rap.

Excerpts from "Choral Soliloquies"

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE Artist

As a writer and artist publishing for the last three decades, Stephen Mead has finally gotten around to getting links to his poetry published in various zines available in one place: http://stephenmead.weebly.com/links-to/poetry-on-the-line-stephen-mead

His latest Amazon release is entitled "Our Spirit Life”, a poetry/art meditation on family heritage, love, and the evanescence of time.