I created this conspiratorial filmstrip with the help of Megan Montague Cash and her vast library of generic iconography. It accompanies my Al Green pamphlet (soon to be republished by Verse Chorus Books as part of Lost Joy).
Here’s the presentation I gave at the 55th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association. I used the opportunity to discuss influences, like the film David Holzman’s Diary.
An audio recording of University of Missouri English Professor Sam Cohen introducing me as the Keynote Speaker of the 55th Annual Convention of the MMLA. Milwaukee, November 8, 2013.
The author of the novel Flatscreen and the short story collection What’s Important Is Feeling rants at the MMLA, November 9, 2013, as part of the panel Ode to Joy: Revisiting the Great Lost Works of Camden Joy.
The author of The Bee Gees: The Biography and Twenty Thousand Roads: The Ballad of Gram Parsons and His Cosmic American Music speaks at the MMLA, November 9, 2013, as part of Ode to Joy: Revisiting the Great Lost Works of Camden Joy.
Ben Bush (contributor to many publications, among them The Believer and Poets & Writers) speaks at the MMLA, November 9, 2013, as part of Ode to Joy: Revisiting the Great Lost Works of Camden Joy.
An audio recording of my talk at Housing Works Bookstore, NYC, November 4, 2013, during the event Majesty of Impulse: On the Great Lost Works of Camden Joy. I portrayed professional lookalike Joey Scarneckio.
A local reporter shot video of me performing my Presidential Coin songs at the Hopewell Train Station and intercut it with interview bits.