As a child, Edgar was prey to a recurring dream that stayed with him long after the night had passed: The Drowned Man
On a recent sojourn in the enchanted town of Bomarzo.
If you couldn’t be present this past Sunday for Edgar’s reading at The Parkside Lounge, or even if you were indeed there, we invite you to enjoy the variety of spring- and animal-themed poems he read, as well as a story from a Southern Gothic childhood:
New York friends, Edgar will be participating in a reading on Sunday May 22, 2016 at the Parkside Lounge, 317 East Houston Street, from 4-6 p.m.
A $2 donation appreciated, and a two-drink minimum applies. This includes *any* drink, including non-alcoholic ones. Coffee and soft drinks are available.
The Parkside is one of our favorite venues. It is very relaxed and friendly. Please stop in if you can!
Click here for more details.
Years ago, Edgar, Helen, and their dear friend Jason made a literary pilgrimage to Morocco to seek out the writer Paul Bowles. What could go wrong?
Listen here: Courting Paul Bowles in Tangier
Here for your listening enjoyment is the latest musical collaboration between Edgar and his musical companions, The Octave Doktors. In this recording, you’ll hear David Francis on guitar, Ernestus Jiminy Chald on keyboard, Ghost Lee Pat on guitar, Aaron Howard on harmonica, and Robert O’Haire on drums. And of course, you’ll hear Edgar, reading from his work as only he can.
Click here to listen to Sorrow and Love.