IN WHICH WILL BE FOUND WHAT IS SET FORTH THEREIN

Sunday, November 30, 2008



I was on the road when I saw Ron Silliman's note on his blog about the new issue of Ken Warren's HOUSE ORGAN -- but there it was waiting for me in the mail box when I got back -- My poem in this issue is a tribute to Dewey Redman, extraordinary artist of the tenor sax and a fine composer.

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1 comment:

Steve Tills said...

Aldon,

I haven't received my copy yet, but I look forward to it with your poem inside especially.

By the way, ya know about a year ago one of the HOUSE ORGAN issues had a really cool piece that was written by Bill Sylvester and Kyle Schlesinger. Heck, I absoulutely peed my pants reading that piece, it was so damn good. And I started writing some about the piece, too. Unfortuantely, I have looked all over and I cannot for the life of me find where I put that copy and/or the notebook that contained scribbling I was writing about it. Any chance that you have a HOUSE ORGAN from about 12-18months back that has a Kyle Schlesinger and Bill Sylvester piece in it? If so, any chance that you could e-mail a scanned copy of same if you have a scanner and know how to that sort of thing without it being a major inconvenience I work with computers and do this sort of thing regularly so I know it's very easy for some and very difficult for others, so just say NO if unless it's completely simple..

Also, sometime I'd like to share notes I've written about Cathy Daly's books DaDaDa and Locket with you. I know you too are a fan of her really neat poetry.

Cheers, Steve Tills