Sinopsis

Half Mystic Radio features one poet each episode, reading their work set to songs by independent musicians. All genres. All styles. Emerging and established artists both. Intimate and electric and ephemeral and known. This kind of art is what we came for: the wreck, and not the story of the wreck. The thing itself, and not the myth. http://halfmystic.com / #halfmysticspeaks

Episodios

  • VIII. Without the Lead of Sunlight

    VIII. Without the Lead of Sunlight

    22/04/2019 Duración: 07min

    Season I, episode VIII of Half Mystic Radio features Alvin Pang's poems "Untitled", "What It is Like to Go Blind Slowly", and "Humming (For Pooja)", and Daniel Gallie's song "Coming Home". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the piece featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-viii Alvin Pang is an internationally active poet and editor from Singapore. Featured in the Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry in English and the Penguin Book of the Prose Poem, he has been published in more than twenty languages, including Swedish and Croatian. His latest book is WHAT HAPPENED: Poems 1997-2017. Daniel Gallie listens for the melody that lies within the heart of every good poem, the voice in music that moves the heart, and the harmony of their union when they dance as one

  • VII. When Angels Dress For Senior Prom

    VII. When Angels Dress For Senior Prom

    25/03/2019 Duración: 05min

    Season I, episode VII of Half Mystic Radio features Erin Moran's poems "For Matthew", "When Angels Dress For Senior Prom", and "For Jan", and LYON's song "Le Jardin Zoologique de Nuit". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the piece featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-vii Erin Moran is a Philadelphia-based poet, freelance journalist, bookstore babe and recent graduate of Temple University. You can find her on Twitter or Instagram. LYON is the instrumental music project of Andrew Morgan. Modern classical, astral jazz, and experimental works inhabit a space inspired by the imagination of creators like David Axelrod, Alice Coltrane, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Air, and Alexandre Desplat. Collaborators include French author Pierre Ducrozet, poet Candice Wuehle, an

  • VI. You Can Always Trust Breath

    VI. You Can Always Trust Breath

    28/01/2019 Duración: 09min

    Season I, episode VI of Half Mystic Radio features Hyejung Kook's poem "In All This Singing", and James Radcliffe's song "Breathe". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the piece featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-vi Hyejung Kook's poetry has appeared in the Massachusetts Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Pleiades, Verse Daily, the Beloit Poetry Journal, the Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. Other works include an essay in The Critical Flame and a chamber opera libretto. Hyejung is a Fulbright grantee and a Kundiman fellow. James Radcliffe is an independent musician, writer, and spoken word artist, who has been creating original work and performing it live since he was 7 years old. His blog is read in 170+ countries, his releases have enjoyed the #1 spot on Bandcamp, and

  • V. Robin, Raven, Swallow, Dove

    V. Robin, Raven, Swallow, Dove

    31/12/2018 Duración: 05min

    Season I, episode V of Half Mystic Radio features Kate Bucca's poems "Known Quantity" and "August Storm", and Paola Bennet's song "Antidote". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the two pieces featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-v Kate Bucca holds a dual-genre MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts, where she served as the 2017 Vermont Book Award Fellow, and a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College. She is the author of a novel, Companion Plants (Fomite, 2014), and a poetry collection, Daughter Mountain Water Wife (Half Mystic Press, forthcoming, 2019), which was a finalist for the Hillary Gravendyk Prize and the Autumn House Press Rising Writer Contest. Her short fiction, essays, poetry, and paintings can be found in Welter, Limestone, Timber, Th

  • IV. Love Only In Hurricanes

    IV. Love Only In Hurricanes

    03/12/2018 Duración: 06min

    Season I, episode IV of Half Mystic Radio features Wanda Deglane's poems "Aubade For a Nonexistent Child" and "September", and the Woodlands' song "Age of Atlas (Mellow Mix)". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the two pieces featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-iv Wanda Deglane is a 19-year-old Capricorn from Arizona. She is the daughter of Peruvian immigrants and attends Arizona State University. Her poetry has been published or forthcoming from Rust + Moth, Glass Poetry, L’Ephemere Review, and Former Cactus, among other lovely places. Wanda is the author of Rainlily (2018), as well as three forthcoming chapbooks. The Woodlands are Hannah and Samuel Robertson, a wife and husband singer-songwriter duo. Their songs are crafted of wonder and exploration, both wit

  • III. Some Quiet Shipwreck

    III. Some Quiet Shipwreck

    12/11/2018 Duración: 05min

    Season I, episode III of Half Mystic Radio features Caitlyn Siehl's poems "By the Water", "To the Bone", and "Flower Boy", and Jonathan Meur's song "Cities & Seas". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the two pieces featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-iii Caitlyn Siehl is primarily interested in healing. Growing up in a small town in New Jersey, she began writing poetry three years ago with the intention of bringing pain to the surface, of clawing through the dirt and excavating it before singing it to sleep. She tries to be gentle with what hurts, and it has helped. Currently a student at Rutgers University, Caitlyn is studying film and journalism in the hopes of becoming a screenwriter. Jonathan Meur is a Paris-based French-Mauritian singer-songwr

  • II. Figs-and-Honey Sweet

    II. Figs-and-Honey Sweet

    22/10/2018 Duración: 05min

    Season I, episode II of Half Mystic Radio features Stefan Y's poems "MLVLNT" and "Darling Amphibian", and ÊMIA's song "Routines". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, radio show, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. You can find the full show notes, including the text of the two pieces featured in this episode, at: http://halfmystic.com/blog/hmr-i-ii Stefan Y lives in the Midwestern United States. He loves good tea and rooms full of books. ÊMIA is the electro-pop project of singer/songwriter and producer, Anh Le. Over the past decade, she has gained prominence online through her YouTube Channel (previously known as Anh Le Music) and through her collaborations with up-and-coming artists and producers through Soundcloud. Her covers, songwriting tutorials, and music videos have amassed over 16,000 subscribers and 3 million views on YouTube. She has been featured on online publications such as MTV

  • I. Death Being An Easy Disease to Fake

    I. Death Being An Easy Disease to Fake

    28/09/2018 Duración: 05min

    Season I, episode I of Half Mystic Radio features Emily Paige Wilson's poems "In the Voice of Belle Gunness" and "Still Life on I-95", and The River Has Many Voices' song "11:33 AM". #halfmysticspeaks Half Mystic is an independent publishing house, literary journal, and arts organisation dedicated to the celebration of music in all its forms. If you liked this episode, you'll love the fourth issue of Half Mystic Journal, which contains work from Emily Paige Wilson, The River Has Many Voices, and over 20 other artists. Issue IV: Grazioso is a volume full of the light that never drowned anything, the kind of light that knows only song. Emily Paige Wilson is the author of the chapbook I’ll Build Us a Home (Finishing Line Press, 2018). Her poetry has been nominated for Best New Poets, Best of the Net, and the Pushcart Prize. Her work can be found in The Adroit Journal, Hayden’s Ferry Review, PANK, and Thrush, among others. The River Has Many Voices is music that is born of the poetry

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