Hello dear friend,
I love you for saying you'd be on my mailing list.
I love that I know exactly who you are.
You are amazing in your own way.
We are certainly catalyzing the shift, as well.
There are many forms to the changes that are occurring.. that is why I feel honored to communicate with uniquely different individuals.
We are all healing, I believe, as an active form of being present.
There are also many projects happening, be it with inventions, gatherings, organizations, personal practices, etc. that create our art as a mode of transmission.
This particular platform of mine, Make Like It All, is designed to be centered around art, especially music and poetry. I would like to become a publisher for those two mediums, and maybe others as well. Please let me know how I can support you, especially in those regards.
I've printed already two books. The first one I distributed at a gathering of travelers, envisioning my poems being dispersed to a wide variety of listeners.
The second book was printed recently, and has only been for sale at the Middletown Art Center. I'm actually not sure if it's done. The third one however is very much coming along. Somehow the poems are arranging themselves into a story. It's an intimate share about my journey with relationships. What's fascinating is that I've written about various people that I've had feelings for, and then the connections between them represent my form. I'm curious if simply sharing it with you, someone who I know and trust, is the best way for my art to be received. Of course, it's meant to be shared, but how beautiful would it be if it was shared . because there was a line that resonated with, you felt like reading it to someone you care about, they connect deeper with you, and our reciprocity becomes tangible, the interweaving of our lyrics resounding through time and space. Let me know if you already have a copy of Ghostly Sun Triangles. Have you read it yet? How do you find it?
Thanks for taking the time to read. Bonus points for responding.
P.S. Idlore is my pseudonym for the Written Word