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J. M. Norman Discussing the Arts
13 minutes | Sep 1, 2016
Trolls and Their Relatives
By Jan Bergh Eriksen, Drawings by Per Aase
8 minutes | Aug 31, 2016
What’s On the Other Side of the Door?
14 minutes | Aug 26, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 7: The Teamaster
13 minutes | Aug 12, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 6: Flowers, Part II
16 minutes | Jul 29, 2016
Poetry by William Carlos Williams, Stephen Crane, J. M. Norman, and a dream I had last night
Image taken from Tumblr.
14 minutes | Jul 29, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 6: Flowers, Part I
19 minutes | Jul 28, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 5: Art Appreciation, Part II
26 minutes | Jul 13, 2016
“Let Sleeping Buddhas Lie” a short story by J. M. Norman
A recording of me, J. M. Norman, reading my first Kindle published short story: "Let Sleeping Buddhas Lie". You can access the story to read on Kindle or you can buy it in a paperback collection "The Two Brothers and Other Stories".
10 minutes | Jun 15, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 5: Art Appreciation, Part I
12 minutes | May 16, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 4: The Tearoom, Part II
23 minutes | Apr 25, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 4: The Tearoom, Part I
3 minutes | Apr 14, 2016
W. H. Auden’s “Funeral Blues”
To Vince, In Memoriam
8 minutes | Apr 12, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 3: Taoism and Zennism, Part II
22 minutes | Apr 8, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 3: Taoism and Zennism, Part I
In this podcast, I'll be reading from the first half of Okakura Kakuzo's The Book of Tea, Chapter 3, with comments on how Taoism and Teaism relate to our contemporary world.
13 minutes | Apr 4, 2016
The Book of Tea, Chapter 2: The Schools of Tea, Part 2
This is the second half of chapter 2 along with commentary
18 minutes | Apr 3, 2016
Chapter 2: The Schools of Tea, The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo
Along with commentary, asides, and digressions as per usual.
25 minutes | Apr 1, 2016
Chapter 1: The Cup of Humanity from The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo
This reading also contains a little bit of commentary. There may be a few anachronisms when reading it in today's speech/diction/syntax/idiomatic tones and whatnot but I still think this book can speak to us more than a century later.
16 minutes | Mar 17, 2016
Cortazar and Yeats: A Reading From Their Work
Here's a link to my non-fiction: Impermanence and Grieving, a literary analysis of the two poems recited in this podcast.
5 minutes | Mar 15, 2016
“Digging” by Seamus Heaney and my poem “The Frostian Road”
6 minutes | Mar 12, 2016
Jack Kerouac’s Birthday and Billy Collins’“Forgetfulness”
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