Thursday, February 27, 2014

Evan Kennedy/Jackqueline Frost/David Brazil reading-performance at Canessa Gallery was A W E S O M E

I took some video of the Evan Kennedy/Jackqueline Frost/David Brazil reading-performance at Canessa Gallery last night. My iPhone video lasted for 40 glorious minutes of this 60 minute glorious performance. By all accounts, including mine, truly magical and special. Check it out below...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

written last night in my journal, radiator, "repaired" bullet holes, helicoptors, Sappho, the party days are over but the party's not:

Aphrodite Deathless     of  spangled  consciousness
….beginning----------looks like I need the tiny Greek dictionary blue-bound near the couch. the furnace radiator hisses & spits demands attention as I see my reflection near the patched-up old bullet hole in our bay window. beyond downtown Oakland & its array of mysterious helicoptors. they seemed to appear at Occupy and never go away. more likely, i began to NOTICE helicoptors during Occupy & haven’t unnoticed them. should I translate Sappho o-so-translated, but I want to be a part of/with her. she’s calling me (out). need to re-up my flagging Greek.
“Accomplish, accomplish. You
                            be my ally”                      O, Sara, would you just listen
                                                                and be still
                                                                                in a chair floor or bathtub
just hear me sing ----------    right. I got some new pens and they’re listening and they’re not the ones but I am the one changing the photos of me on the internet
because the party days are over but the party’s not.

(Sara Larsen)
in script, my heart necklace says, "in it to win it", a gift from Julie upon David and my's engagement. this just makes me think of Sappho, who I'm thinking much about lately and of course, Aphrodite - who was more in it to win it than Aphrodite at the judgement of Paris? 

I'm reading a book, The Meaning of Aphrodite (Paul Friedrich), albiet I'm reading slow, as I keep pulling other books onto my desk too, like The Women Incendiaries (Edith Thomas), which I'm re-reading (about the women of the Paris Commune) and Yoga Morality (Georg Feuerstein) and I Have Become Alive (Swami Muktananda). Is there ever enough time to read everything? I can never stay in the hot water of the bathtub long enough.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

(Sara Larsen)
with Dana ('s poster)
at Kasey and Brooke's place.

hey i'm back

hey i'm back after a few years is overcast and i'm listening for voices.

i found this reading that i did in sept 2012 at small press traffic:

Thursday, October 6, 2011

unaired fox news footage

one of the more satisfying interviews from Occupy Wall Street!

unfortunately, but not surprisingly, never aired on TV....

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

"Something Has Started": Michael Moore on the Occupy Wall St. Protests That Could Spark a Movement

This is worth watching. Today is day 12 of the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York. Haven't heard too much about it? That's because the corporate media is BARELY covering it. Democracy Now IS covering it, though, and amateur videos of the protest are all over YouTube.

Follow the link for video:

"Something Has Started": Michael Moore on the Occupy Wall St. Protests That Could Spark a Movement

Friday, September 9, 2011

friday anthems!

the more she sneers, the more i love her !!!

"yeah. i'm not such a sweet thing. i want to do ev - er - y - thing. what a beautiful feeling"