An archaeology of the dump and opera of pop-up pastorals, published in book form by Atelos Press: with a sequel in progress surrounding the wiring, piping, exploitation and afterlives of copper: SMOKEPENNY LYRICHORD HEAVENBRED. This is a diptych project.
This book's outtakes include virtually accessible pop-up pastorals in a few places; audio in more than one place; pop-ups transformed into scores for PARK, & tiny bits filmed in Paris (in 2 parts), and here and here.
A group discussion of “was no one / way went Alice,” one pop-up pastoral from the book, appears as part of Al Filreis’s Modern American Poetry course materials, here.
“The Republic of Exit 43: Selected Outtakes in the Making of a Book” was a talk at Carthage College, November 2017.
Geotext web installations under construction in collaboration with Judd Morrissey...see them here.
An interview with G.C. Waldrep for The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral, and accompanying navigable panorama poem, appears here.
An interview with Leonard Schwartz for Cross-Cultural Poetics is archived at PennSound, here.
Conversations surrounding this work appear at Impossible Object.
Selections were published in Jubilat, and more with preface (and cover) in LIT.
Collaborations on sonic interpretations of pop-up pastorals with the Difforme Ensemble (one still below).
A video produced with Marco Ariano and video artist Walter Paradiso is in progress.