Anne Cammon: L’Elevator, Live Sitar, and Art Waves July 31, 2008Posted by William Spear in >> News, >> Radio Drama.
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Anne Cammon’s new prose piece, “L’Elevator” was just published on Anderbo:
And, tune in Friday to hear a live performance of evening ragas and spoken word with Roger Lipson on sitar, Sameer Gupta on tabla and poetry from Anne Cammon. Also included are recorded works by Fareed Bitar, Brant Lyon, Miriam Stanley and Diana Gitesha-Hernandez.
Art Waves: Friday, August 1st from 9:00-10:00 PM and on the web at http://www.wkcr.org/ or at WKCR 89.9 FM.
Anne Cammon is a writer of poetry, fiction, essays and reviews. She curates the literary edition of Art Waves on WKCR-FM NY, featuring contemporary works of poetry, fiction, new music and radio drama in an experimental format. Her work has recently been published in White Fungus, The Quarterly Conversation, KGB Magazine, Nth Position, Poor Mojo’s Almanac[k], and more. She was featured as an Editor’s Choice on PoetryMagazine.com and has recently read at Cornelia Street Cafe, The Bowery Poetry Club and KGB Bar.
Anderbo.com, the New York-based online literary journal, is the brainchild of Rick Rofihe, who serves as the journal’s Editor-in-Chief.
What is Anderbo, the Word?
“Anderbo is a made-up word,” explains Rofihe, “and the reason I made it up was, I didn’t want to ruin an already existing word, so I tried to make up a new one. For example, it used to be that when you said ‘mustang’ people would think ‘horse.’ But now when you say, ‘mustang,’ people think you mean the car built by Ford.”
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