I.W.W. Audio Pieces

As a proud member of the Industrial Workers of the World, I was excited to participate in some audio recordings of literature pieces published by my fellow workers. The I.W.W. is always looking to add workers to its ranks and you might want to give these a listen and think it over for yourself.

An additional option is that if you happen to like recording your own voice, and you’ve got a distinct dialect that might help make our recordings more diverse then consider helping with the Literature Committee’s efforts to create audio versions of all of the I.W.W. pamphlets, etc.

If you’d like to read along you can find both of the following recordings’ transcripts at by visiting: https://iww.org/content/about-iww

Preamble to the constitution of the I.W.W.

Think it Over

Watershed Review

I’m really excited to announce that I’ve had a series of photographs accepted into the forthcoming Watershed Review literary journal published by the California State University in Chico.

I believe the spring edition will be out in May so I’ll keep everyone updated as to when that happens so you can pick up a copy if you’re so inclined. Thanks again to the editorial staff at the Watershed Review for including me in this anthology.

More information about the journal and to order back copies (or the new edition once it is out), visit: http://www.csuchico.edu/watershed/2016-fall/

PS – I’ve got a couple of other acceptances in the mix as well and look forward to announcing those as soon as I’m able.