Poems

Doom Scroll (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box and Pia)

Great Blue Heron (poem and musical collaboration with Nate Anspaugh, Sheonator Pseak and Mark R. Heath)

To the Brim Again (poem and musical collaboration with Mark R. Heath)

Tongues Are Speaking (poem and musical collaboration and MMA and Blair Dean)

Burial Celestial (poem featured by Literary Arts Magazine, and musical collaboration with Signal Box and Pia)

Starblind Night (poem and soundscape with Juniana)

Bad Germ (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Fold and Press (poem and musical collaboration with Juniana and Collin Oldham)

Every Last (poem and musical collaboration with Mark R. Heath and Pia)

Such Visions (poem and musical collaboration with Mischievous Giants)

Bombed-out Lovers (poem and musical collaboration with Sea Stories)

Eightfold Blues (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box and Octavio Salman)

Totem Dada (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box and Octavio Salman)

Pablo and the Provenance of Sadness (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Wavelengths (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box and Shoko Yoshida)

Sands (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Next Year Never May Be (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Nine Neurons Short of Nirvana (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Hush of No People (poem and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

April Sixteenth (poem featured by Commonthought Zine, and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

Occupy (poem featured by The Occupy Poetry Project)

Germinus/Terminus (poem, and musical collaboration with Signal Box)

New York (poem featured by Newtown Literary – get it on Kindle here!)

Complicity (poem featured by Newtown Literary – get it on Kindle here!)

Not Quite Night (poem featured by Commonthought Zine)

Nebulize (poem featured by Commonthought Zine)

Maum Machine

Club NoStyle (poem featured by 3:AM Magazine)

Tune-out Tokyo (poem featured by 3:AM Magazine)

Avocado (poem featured by 3:AM Magazine)

Okutama (poem featured by 3:AM Magazine)

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