Holding Rain appeared in print publication today on the inside jacket of Brian Groder Trio’s new CD release entitled, R Train on the D Line. A huge thank you to Brian, and accolades to this jazz ensemble on their latest project which I had considerable pleasure listening to this afternoon. Learn more about Brian Groder’s music at briangroder.com
I’m fortunate to have creative friends. And, one in particular has recently set several of my poems to his original music (Thank you, Rene!). We’re calling our collaborative duo, Mare Nubium. Download, listen, share, comment (with or without a cup of tea)! We’re pleased you’re here to share the fruit of our efforts and hope you’ll enjoy these unique ambient and electronic musical tracks…
Best wishes to you and yours during this Thanksgiving weekend.
“While Queen Anne’s intricate whites she weaves Then unravels her lace as if it were seed Shaking threads to meadow’s gusty wilt Golds turn amber sprouting autumn silk”
– Rhonda Arnold / Expectant Night, excerpt