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Writers Without Borders, Kelly Writers House, introduced by Charles Bernstein, January 23, 2017
  1. Reading (29:18): MP3
  2. Close Listening Conversation with Charles Bernstein (38:36): MP3

    Complete Recording (1:09:09): MP3

 

Zeyar Lynn on Close Listening

Close Listening program 1, Zeyar Lynn in conversation with Charles Bernstein, May 6, 2013

Complete recording (37:35): MP3

Close Listening program 2: Zeyar Lynn reads from Bones Will Crow at Kelly Writers House, October 7, 2013


Complete Program (48:26): MP3

Singles

  1. My History Is Not Mine (4:21): MP3
  2. The Way of the Beards (9:40): MP3
  3. Slideshow (6:33): MP3
  4. Slingbag (4:08): MP3

Close Listening, Khin Aung Aye and James Byrne in conversation with Charles Bernstein, May 6, 2013

Complete recording (53:05): MP3

Segue Series Reading at the Zinc Bar, New York City, October 5, 2013

  1. Genji Amino’s introduction (04:45): MP3
  2. On Amino’s introduction and editing (02:50): MP3
  3. My History Is Not Mine (07:34): MP3
  4. Slideshow (06:38): MP3
  5. Telephone (04:48): MP3
  6. Not so oblivious to the surroundings (06:41): MP3
  7. I am a fire engine going up in flames (05:41): MP3
  • Complete reading (39:13): MP3

PEN America Center event honoring Bones Will Crow, featuring Zeyar Lynn and Khin Aung Aye, May 5, 2013

Zeyar Lynn, James Burne, Khin Aung Aye
Photo credit: PEN American Center © 2013

Zeyar Lynn Reading, May 5, 2013

  1. My History Is Not Mine (06:04): MP3
  2. Slightly Lopsided but a More Accurate Portrait (02:56): MP3
  3. Big Sister Have You Been to Laiza (10:08): MP3

See Also: Zeyar Lynn at UC-Berkeley, 2013 (YouTube)

 

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