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Martin Corless-Smith

Recorded at the poet's home, Boise, October 13, 2011

from English Fragments A Brief History of the Soul (Fence Books, 2010)

  1. Hic Jacet (0:28): MP3
  2. "The soul conceived..." (0:07): MP3
  3. Dark Matter (0:21): MP3
  4. "I am become a monster..." (1:10): MP3
  5. "local in his throne..." (0:36): MP3
  6. "A Light messenger..." (0:18): MP3
  7. "The light is not ours..." (0:09): MP3
  8. Dean Prior — Devon (Downpour) (0:35): MP3
  9. "Eventually after..." (0:40): MP3
  10. "Naturally enough..." (2:52): MP3
  11. "Just two adults..." (0:13): MP3
  12. "All our secrets..." (0:48): MP3
  13. "stirring behind the curtain..." (1:33): MP3
  14. "All undergone in the secret cradle..." (1:01): MP3
  15. "that is on the trembling tree..." (0:33): MP3
  16. "This office of fine bones..." (0:38): MP3
  17. The Evening of a Faun (1:39): MP3
  18. "and we are swallow-souled..." (0:51): MP3
  19. Song of the Swallow (0:10): MP3
  20. M's Dream (1:41): MP3
  21. "A dark disc..." (0:45): MP3
  22. "I am more convinced than ever..." (0:48): MP3
  23. A solemn game (0:21): MP3
  24. Diurnal (0:39): MP3
  25. "I manage to have written..." (2:13): MP3
  26. "Transcribing the momentous..." (0:45): MP3
  27. "How shall a modest love..." (0:19): MP3
  28. "In idea of the Son..." (0:21): MP3
Studio 111 Session produced by Jeff Boruszak.

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics, Episode #211: Emblems of Desire, February 18, 2010

  • complete recording (24:08): MP3

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics, Episode #75: Out of Authorship

  • complete recording (3:02): MP3

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics, Episode #37: The Other Tradition

  • complete program (53:25): MP3

Reading for the Segue Series at Double Happiness, New York City, November 13, 1999

  • complete recording (30:20): MP3

These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the author. © 2011 Martin Corless-Smith. Used with the permission of Martin Corless-Smith. Distributed by PennSound.