Those with a Kindle can now get my short story, Hypnotizing Chickens, for free at Amazon.com
The reading is from 1999 and the video is from 2012. Videographic help from KF.
Just recently Smashwords set up a new system for libraries to acquire digital copies of books and short stories from Smashwords. And I am glad to say somewhere in the United States there are six copies of Hypnotizing Chickens and two copies of The Carnage Motel in a library/libraries catalogue!
Since August 24, 2010 there have been 1,001 of my short story ‘Hypnotizing Chickens’. Now some reviews would be great. I mean other than the comment on Barnes&Noble that says I’m a racist …
A 1983 “studio” recording with an iteration of Audio Letter. I was the vocals, reading some bits from Vasili Rosanov’s philosophical tracts, and Raoul Vaneigem’s “The Revolution of Everyday Life.” Recorded in Sue Ann’s room using the Tascam 4 track cassette recorder/mixer she owned.