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By Phynnecabulary
Poet residing in the SF Bay Area in the floufy pandemonium of errant ideas.
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Reading “Before She Becomes the Shade Itself” for Mother’s Day
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Our family never got a last Mother’s Day with Mama • “Before She Becomes the Shade Itself” • **Outro music: “The Miracle” by The Stylistics, was one of my mama, Luvy’s, favourite songs.
May 6, 2021
In Bloom
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Like need, like desire. • “Blossom into You” • “If You Didn’t Know Better,” a Luther V. tribute • “Baby, What’s Next?” • I appreciate you. (**All poetry, original works by Phynne~Belle)
April 21, 2021
We Begin.
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In this episode: WORDS & SILENCE. SOUND. RESET.
April 7, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: DOMINIQUE BETHEL ("We Are the Story" series, No.17)Imn this
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In this episode: Domo Beth: A Powerful Prescription for Amazing. Just like that, Domo has unlocked the true meaning of life. Are you following Domo? You should be.
March 30, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: VAYL LUELLA LARKIN ("We Are the Story" series, No.16)
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In this episode: Vayl Larkin is the spark. Will you be the kindling? "...I found myself in the center of an old, overgrown amphitheater..." Please follow Vayl on Instagram and Facebook
March 18, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: GENERALISSIMO BRYAN FRANCO ("We Are the Story" series, No. 15)In
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In this episode: Bryan Franco: A Nourishing Presence "The tree was magnanimous..." | "I was in the same room as Eartha Kitt..." Follow the Generalissimo!
March 9, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: DIANE MURRAY WARD ("We Are the Story" series, No. 14)
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In this episode The Incomparable Miss Diane Murray Ward, parts 1 & 2  "'re a pretty girl..." Where you can see Diane perform
March 2, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: MIRO CROCCO (“We Are the Story” series, No. 13)
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The Goddess is the Woman in Miro • Pushing Up Against Societal Expectations and Saving the World. All Before Bedtime. • Check out what makes Miro tick.
February 23, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: REBECCA GOLDTHORPE (“We Are the Story” series, No. 12
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Artist Rebecca Goldthorpe: A Skylark Alights • Rebecca, Collector of Tiny, Lovely Things • Starfleet Command at the Pearly Gates • Named After a House • Meaningful Connections • Becca’s Wonderful List of Weird • Loss, Trials, & Transitions • Creative Parents, Creative Offspring • The Three Nonnegotiable • Becca’s Wisdom: Celebrate Your Scars • Where to Find Rebecca Goldthorpe on Instagram
February 17, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: ELEMEN2AL THE POET (“We Are the Story” series, No. 11)
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Elemen2al by Elemen2al: By way of intro... • Elemen2al by Elemen2al: The Artist bio, poetry-style • We are now entering Elemen2al Country • Artist as bright and eye-opening as graffiti • Follow Elemen2al The Poet
February 9, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: UNMESH MOHITKAR (“We Are the Story” series, No. 10)
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Unmesh Mohitkar: Light Chasing Away Darkness • Unmesh finds irrepressible joy amidst life’s challenges • Support indie writers, purchase Unmesh’s book and follow him!
February 2, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: MARK FISHBEIN (“We Are the Story” series, No. 9)
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Mark Fishbein: Wanderlust Satisfied • A journey near and far with Mark through sonnets & music • Please have a peek at Mark’s current projects!
January 25, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: CHRISTOPHER T. GEORGE (“We Are the Story” series, No. 8)
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Chris George Should Be a National Treasure • From Lennon and Liverpool to Poe and Baltimore • Find out more about Chris on his blog
January 18, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: DANE INCE (“We Are the Story” series, No. 7) **SOME ADULT CONTENT
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Dane Ince: On the Beat-dada spectrum • Through the path of dreams and dreams we traipse • Follow Dane on Twitter, Insta, and Facebook!
January 12, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: POETAQ (“We Are the Story” series, No. 6) **SOME ADULT CONTENT
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POETAQ: The Sexcentric Poet • Poetaq’s Sexy Eccentric Story • Please subscribe to POETAQ’s YouTube channel!
January 4, 2021
Spotlight on Creative Minds: SAM PARK ( “We Are the Story” series, No. 5)
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Entering the Sam Park Experience • Q & A: Getting to Know Sam/Sam Park Answers • Please follow Sam on Instagram and Spotify
December 28, 2020
Spotlight on Creative Minds: MOONLIT_PHANTOM (“We Are the Story” series, No. 4)
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Moonlit_Phantom: Dark and Light • Moonlit_Phantom talks about meeting idols, the right way to eat a burger, and being a scribe in a past life • Your support is everything to artists
December 22, 2020
Spotlight on Creative Minds: CHANSON ANTONIO BYRD (“We Are the Story” series, No. 3)
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Chanson Antonio Byrd: True Blue • Chanson answered some have-to-know questions! • Please follow our featured artist on social media
December 15, 2020
Spotlight on Creative Minds: MATTHEW MARROQUÍN (“We Are the Story” series, no. 2)
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Matthew Marroquín: Poetry Electric • Matthew, hold the pickles please! • Follow our featured poet on IG!
December 8, 2020
We Are the Story.
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Spotlight on Creative People • Feat. Creative Mind: ME ( if you have to start somewhere, start here)! • Your Support Sustains Art
December 3, 2020
Wanted: Virtual Hugs
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Same hue to our feather • “I Met My Solitude,” Naomi Replansky • “Your Catfish Friend,” Richard Brautigan • “Poem of Regret for an Old Friend,” Meghan O’ Rourke • “On Friendship,” Khalil Gibran • “Temptation,” an Online Open Mic
November 24, 2020
Breathe Easily, Heart Steadied.
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We’re OK. • “Sing You, Lucy, the Blue of Sky and Diamonds,” by PhynneBelle • “Let America Be America Again,” by Langston Hughes • Thank You.
November 10, 2020
Be counted. VOTE.
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Be heard • “One Today,” a poem by Richard Blanco • “Election Year,” a poem by Richard Blanco
November 3, 2020
The Manananggal
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She, Unholy Terror • Phynne Reads, “The Manananggal • Commissions & Donations
October 27, 2020
Phynne Reads Poe’s “The Oval Portrait”
Roll with the punches and you get the Master of the Macabre • Phynne Reads Poe’s “The Oval Mirror” • If You Gave a Poet Something to Write...
October 13, 2020
Halloween is a Thirty-One Day Thing!
* Enough Cheetopia, More Tom Burton! * “November 2: Día de los Muertos,” Alberto Ríos * “Zombie,” Hadara Bar-Nadav * “Ghost Music,” Robert Graves * A Big Thank You!
October 6, 2020
Still and Waiting and Motion (and Immigrants and Country We Love)
In droves. • “On How to use this Book,” Sarah Gambito • “When I hated My Body,” Sarah Gambito. • “Adrift,” Bao Phi. • “Practice Standing Unleashed and Clean,” Patricia Smith. • Where to find me.
September 29, 2020
Did You Wait for Me?
Making Autumn • I Read My Oeigonal Poem, Daybreak” • Pixie Dust Me on Ko-fi .com!
September 22, 2020
"The Ring," An Original Story by Janice De Jesus, Part 3
The final part of the ninth story in our  summer, "Can I Tell You a Story?"  series.  Segment 1: Full Circle Segment 2: Tricia Reads Part 3 of "The Ring" Segment 3: Soulstice
September 14, 2020
"The Ring," An Original Story by Janice De Jesus, Part 2
Part two of the ninth story in our summer "Can I Tell You a Story?" series * Is This a Meet-Cute...or What? * Phynne Reads, "The Ring" * Check me out on
September 9, 2020
"The Ring," An Original Story by Janice De Jesus, Part 1
The ninth story in our summer "Can I Tell You a Story?" series Segment 1 Resilient Soul: Featured writer, Janice De Jesus Segment 2  "The Ring," a story by Janice De Jesus Segment 3  Look out for Janice's newest book out later this month!
September 1, 2020
“Rosa Birhen,” An Original Story by Tricia DeJesus-Gutierrez
The eighth story in our summer “Can I Tell You a Story?” Series • You can take the girl out of Catholic school... • Phynne Reads “Rosa Birhen.” • Handy dandy Tagalog glossary • Thanks a million for listening!
August 25, 2020
“Berkeley Nights, “ An Original Story by Tricia De Jesus-Gutierrez
The seventh story in our “Can I Tell You a Story” series • Back to One • Tricia Reads, “Berkeley Nights • We Can Talk Over a Cup of Coffee!
August 18, 2020
“The Sequencer,” An Original Story by Ana Galvan, Part 2
The second part of the sixth story in our summer “Can I Tell You a Story?” series.
August 11, 2020
“The Sequencer,” an Original Story by Ana Galvan, Part 1
The sixth story in our summer “Can I Tell You a Story?” series. 1. Jill of All Trades: Ana Galvan • “The Sequencer,” a story by Ana Galvan • Support indie authors—buy their books!
August 4, 2020
“What a Doll!” An Original Story from Tricia DeJesus-Gutierrez
Horror Be Her Name: Poet Tricia DeJesus-Gutierrez • What a Doll! I. Just Another Saturday at Miller’s • II. Slighted • III. The Shortcut • IV. Paper Dolls, Blue Eyes, Red Blood
July 28, 2020
“Every Color Stands Bright,” An Original Story by Jedediah Smith
In the Middle of His World: Poet and Writer, Jedediah Smith • Jedediah Reads His Story, “Every Color Stands Bright” • Hope You Have a Positive Week!
July 21, 2020
“7016 15th Street, Apartment 425. The Stairwell.”An Original Story by Stephanie Licudine.
A romantic heart:Stephanie Licudine • I read S. Licudine’s “7016 15th Street...” • Support poets and storytellers!
July 14, 2020
“Love at First Sight,” a tale narrated by Jon Gourdine
The second story in our summer “Can I Tell You a Story?” series. • Creator of Worlds, Jon Gourdine • Jon Gourdine reads, Love at First Sight” • Please support writers and poets!
July 7, 2020
Can I Tell You a Story?
I’d like to kick off the month of July with a bit of summer storytelling. Today is the first story in a series of short stories to be shared over the next four weeks. It’s story time, kids • Proceed with Caution • Open Mic Thursday! announcement
June 30, 2020
Love Still Lingers
I read Rainer Maria Rilke’s “I Am Much Too Alone in This World, Yet Not Alone.”
June 23, 2020
Love SHOULD Be in the Air
L-O-V-E • Garcia-Lorca • Sarton • Hunt • Summer Love Open Mic
June 9, 2020
Busting Out of Our Very Skin
Temperatures escalate/ Tempers rise • “We are Searching the Night for the Moon.” Part 1 • “We are Searching the Night for the Moon,” Part 2
June 4, 2020
Last Dance Reprise (a love song sang softly to my Mama walking away)
ONE breath * TWO breaths * THREE breaths
May 26, 2020
“Named Must Be Your Fear, Before Banish It You Can”
Yoda is my co-pilot • “If You’re Going to Look Like a Wolf...” Abigail Chabitnoy • Thank you! Lights On!
May 5, 2020
We Find the Rhythm
Rituals • “Wood’s Edge,” Brenda Hillman • Join me in Open Mic!
April 28, 2020
Address the Rage
Stepbystepbystep • Stepbystepbystep2 • “Having Words,” Alfred Corn • “To All My Friends,” May Yang • “Feel Piece 4,” Hannah Ensor and Laura Wetherington • “On Emotion,” Jennifer Chang • Thank you. Love.
April 21, 2020
The Smoothie Incident
National Ex-Spouse Day, WaitSayWhaat?! * A Peculiar Green * Thank you from the bottom of my
April 14, 2020
Horror Where You Find It
A lockdown worth of horror • Pass the fake blood, please. • All in for a good jump scare • “The Horror Movie,” Ana Galván • The voices say hello. We mean, thank you.
April 7, 2020
April is National Poetry Month
New Normal • Read Poetry and Germinate • “Words for Departure,” Louise Bogan • A Big, Yummy Thank You
March 31, 2020
Let a Little Love Go a Long Way
We all need a little reassurance of love and caring still being very present in the world. I only hope I can place a little more light today in yours. **Like Rain Blessing the Parched Earth**
March 24, 2020
Raise Your Hand If You Have Angered the Gods Recently
From my solitary pea pod to yours • Mañana Mañana, a poem by Rooster Cogburn • Fuggetaboutit, a poem by Affluent Pauper • Upon Our Palms, Crimson, a poem by Tricia De Jesus • Please show your support for creative minds
March 17, 2020
February and the Chinese Zodiac Kitty • Creative Slump, I Banish Thee! • Malakas at Maganda, Part 1 • Malakas at Maganda, Part 2 • YOU are my cheering squad!
March 3, 2020
Kindness + Fairytales
It takes two weeks to form a habit, I’m told • A good word or deed, a striking of pixie dust • “Abadeha,” adapted by Myrna J. De la Paz • “Abadeha,” part 2 • “Abadeha,” part 3 • “Abadeha,” part 4 • Your support sustains us
February 19, 2020
Commonplace Supernatural: folklore and a tiny spattering of ghost stories
Are you up for a little ghost story? • Spain brought their faith, but our own deities were already here. • Dhe Combes her long, black hair workout a word. • Sjow some respect, skeptical heathen! • Gairy rice cakes. Yum! • Clap if you believe. • Language Lesson • Thanks for hanging out. Hope you sleep well tonight.
February 11, 2020
My Filipino Story, Part One (Jasmine-Scented Night)
How ‘bout them Niners/Where is Puppy Bowl•All Good Things•Jasmine Scented Night
February 4, 2020
In Pursuit of a Beautiful Life Upon Which We Can Write Our Name in Gold
I am still stunned and heartbroken 🌻 Tomorrow is on loan 🌻 “Death to Paint Us,” J. Michael Martinez
January 27, 2020
You Can Call It Hate, I Call It Meh.
“Presenting You, and the Adversarial Edition Palette,” Tricia De Jesus • “Enemies,” Wendell Berry • “I Will Write Songs Against You,” Charles Reznikoff • “Slander,” Franz Wright
January 21, 2020
In the Necessary Quiet
Surprising Angels • “Loving What Remains, “ an original poem by Phynne a.k.a. Tricia De Jesus
January 14, 2020
“Fear,” a poem by Soaring Skylark • Today I will walk through my fears • “Respiration,” a poem by Jamaal May • Be strong. Be well.
January 6, 2020
You Know That New Year Episode is Inevitable
Have a bright, hope-filled, brave 2020.
December 30, 2019
Amidst the Holiday Rush Comes Buoys Bobbing
Holiday traditions • Nose above water
December 23, 2019
Never Regrets
No Looking Back, Be in the Present • To the Rose upon the Rood of Time • Back to Bed? No, Seize the Day!
December 17, 2019
You Only Get One, So Be Gentle
Reading of my original poem, “Pebble Urchin” • Phynnecabulary is now at 2 AM on Tuesdays
December 10, 2019
You might as well listen in...
It’s December. Already. Yikes. *Introducing the winners of my Overheard poetry challenge.* We thank you for your support.
December 1, 2019
Slumber Begins
I see it, I hear it, I feel it.
November 27, 2019
It’s a Limerick, Luv!
Halloween is over! Went are we gonna do?! Make up some juicy limericks, o’course.
November 6, 2019
Rain, Rain, Magenta, & Boots- the “3 Words to Think On” Challenge
Presenting the eight finalists of my “Three Words to Think On” Contest.
October 29, 2019
Congratulations, winners of the “Weeping Woman” Challenge
Showcasing the 3 top winners of my “Response to Deborah Paredez’s “Self-Portrait with Weeping Woman” poetry contest at
October 19, 2019
Poems, like Magical Things, come in Threes today
Don’t Tell Me What to Do•The Tide is High and We Tied Yellow Ribbons•Liberties•Rabbit Skin•The Tide is High (all poetry is original work by Tricia De Jesus-Gutierrez)
October 5, 2019
It’s National Podcast Day!/Embellish the Cocotte
Celebrating NPD and hoping to find out what else everyone listens to•reading of my poem “Embellish the Cocotte”
September 30, 2019
Formosan Mountain doggos have the most interesting facial expressions!
September 26, 2019
False Idols, Watch Them Rise and Fall
Influencers, Reality TV and such. Ah, how our lofty marble idols past writhe and scream.
September 22, 2019
Halloween Gets Earlier and Earlier. Christmas, Too?
I have yet to see many haunted house commercials, but I DID hear Christmas carols today. So weird.
September 21, 2019
New Shoes
Reading my original poem “New Shoes.:
September 14, 2019
Hobbies, Projects, and Some Serious Literary Hustle
Mercury pops the thermometer, then pasta happened•Rejoin the poetry submissions game
September 12, 2019
9.5.19 (Absent) Flown the Coop
I think you did start saying goodbye a long time ago, slowly, gently, as to not alarm us.
September 5, 2019
Preview to 4.29.18 Interview
Preview to interview with Brienne K. Tanner
August 25, 2019
Too Much, Too Little
•My Josie-phinny is not feeling well, and I’m on pins and needles, strapped to a rack of doubt, worry and exhaustion, tightening the screws and stretching my dulled mind, flaying my own regrets.
August 25, 2019
The music is the story
August 18, 2019
Thanks, Mimi
* I Still Believe (Mariah sings 2 decades of my life) * My All (see, you scantily clad diva—lessons are hidden in there) *
August 15, 2019
The Madness That We Espouse
•recent tidbits heard in the air, processing•
August 14, 2019
Buna (but Softer!)
Re-recording my original poem “Buna,” with softer background music to impart the more nuanced, romantic and laidback vibe.
August 3, 2019
A Scent, A Song, Brings Up Memories
Sensory experiences and memory • “Buna,” an original poem by PhynneBelle aka Tricia De Jesus
August 3, 2019
Goodbye, July!
OWWN story month, it was fun. Why don’t you come up and see me sometime? Wink, wink.
July 31, 2019
You’re A Wonder (It’s OWWN Month)!
Maybe a fairy story. Maybe a myth. Maybe just a peek into an ordinary life. Aren’t we all just a little bit (or a whole lot?) of Wonder Woman, even without the bulletproof bracelets?
July 29, 2019
The Hearth Ceases to Burn (Hecate Wailing)
Saw Carolyn and remembered, class, elegance, refinement and discretion. The Jacquelines, the Graces, the Dianas lost forever.
July 17, 2019
7.11.19 Interlude
•in between the stories, a little think space•
July 11, 2019
Story 3 (Unofficial OWWN Month): Furry Frolic
A game of chase.
July 7, 2019
It’s OWWN Story Month! Story 2: The Day Maggie Gibbens Met the Forest Witch
Unicorns. Little girls. Witches be like... A fashionable rooster. Yummy houses. A trip to Aunty’s house. No wolves today, sorry.
July 2, 2019
6.29.19 Let’s Make It Odd, Wonderful, Whimsical, Nonsensical Story Month!
Reading of first nonsense story I made to start the ball rolling. Hope you like!
June 29, 2019
The River’s Just A River
On My Own, Les Miserable * Tend the Stew, Burn the Rice * I Dreamed a Dream, Les Miserable
June 20, 2019
6.12.19 Mi Ultimo Adios. Happy Philippine Independence Day!
“Mi Ultimo Adios,” Dr. Jose Rizal • Maligayang Araw ng Kalayaan!
June 12, 2019
06.11.19 If You Want to Know What We Are
Summer, ackk ^ June! ^ Marin Headlands ^ Discomfort, be gone! ^ Hindi Tayo ang mga Inaapi ^ “If You Want to Know What We Are,” Carlos Bulosan
June 11, 2019
06.06.19 Divine Poems
A Mary Cherry • Divine Poems, José García Villa
June 6, 2019
06.01.19 Pre-Philippine Independence E2: Filipino Boogie
MayNinety • “Filipino Boogie,” a poem by Jessica Hagedorn
June 1, 2019
5.30.19 Bayan Ko
Countdown to Philippine Independence Day: Bayan Ko, Jose Corazon De Jesus
May 30, 2019
Last Dance (Disco Was Not the Only One to Die)
Donna Summers and late 70s summertime is inextricably bonded to happiness, and youth now gone.
May 9, 2019
Can You Point Out the Coward in a Crowd?
It’s easy, she’s pointing back in the mirror at you.
May 5, 2019
The Nerve Might Flee, If We Aren’t Careful
Had. It. Up. To. Here. (**apologies to Mr. Hanrahan for butchering your name!)
May 2, 2019
My Walk, It’s My Own
Maybe it was a needy cry and she tried to give it away once upon a time.
April 29, 2019
Sunday School Gave Birth to the Anxiety
Eternity or sin? Choices, choices.
April 26, 2019
Today is a Snippet
...while the weekends sometimes have flesh.
April 19, 2019
“By Sea”
We were never meant to see each other after the foam dissipated and our ocean dried up
April 15, 2019
Swallow the Beast Whole and Gag on the Claw
...otherwise, go home! You’re just wasting everyone’s time. Ain’t no one got time for that!
April 12, 2019
Orchestra Warmup • Peeving hard, oh-so-hard. • Attention
April 7, 2019
The Trumpet Bleats Patience
In seeing you with fresh eyes, I saw myself, too. They imagine themselves Legion, but we are winged Seraphim in multitude.
March 31, 2019
Shall We Tell Each Other Stories?
Stories will always be a central part of my history, my life, my day to day.
March 23, 2019
Without a Second Thought
Chose your words carefully. It’s not such a bad idea, really.
March 15, 2019
3.3.19 MAKE IT A DOUBLE (if you can make a mental note to do so later!)
Sunday is for writers, with some room for terms and conditions.
March 7, 2019
Say Anything
It’s your gal, Phynne, with a Saturday afternoon poem for you to munch on. Yum. (Poem: “Just a Sestina to You, Honey, Letting You Know What an Intersting Thing Happened to Me While You Were at Home Rubbing Your Wife’s Back,” Carolyn Creedon.
February 23, 2019
2.16.19 F-E-B-R-U-A-R-Y are Letters, and “14” is a Number
Slaughtered Saints. The Color Red. Where Love Really Happens. Shh, Enough, Hallmark.
February 16, 2019
Good boi, good girl.
February 14, 2019
The Baby Proust Questionnaire
The world is shrinking, we are getting closer. Can you feel it happen?
February 11, 2019
Renting Space, Renting Life, Renting Love
You don’t have to give out your time, your efforts, your emotions—you don’t have to award ownership to anyone else at all. Everything is just passing through.
February 6, 2019
Almost to the weekend and Banda is already getting the party started!
Reading of a short poem by Sweedle D’Souza
January 25, 2019
Sugar Skulls
Scars of all kinds, try them on for size. Are they comfortable on your skin?
January 6, 2019
Sunday, 12.8.18 “FOUR”
Devour the words before they eat you.
December 9, 2018
That Damn Catalyst, Bless Its Tarry Soul
How fear begot rage, and rage begot freedom.
November 30, 2018
Episode 25
Fall’s unfailing promise
October 8, 2018
Episode 24
“here, you see, we lend our paltry fiber to the tapestry...”
August 27, 2018
To All the Loves
Regrets are pulled in the undertow
August 19, 2018
Episode 22
08.06.2018-Be broken, own up, be at peace. Let’s get through Monday.
August 7, 2018
A love letter
...penned on a day filled with great love.
July 22, 2018
Episode 20
Find me. Leave me be.
July 18, 2018
Episode 19
A Rant, Bachata, and a Filipina Diwata.
June 30, 2018
Chase the forms in the half light
We all dwell the other life in the obscure illusion.
June 19, 2018
Life After Death.
We live upon other lives borrowed. Don’t squander the gift you were given.
June 15, 2018
Episode 16
Blip on the radar. Blink, and ya miss it.
June 14, 2018
5.30.18-Girltalk and all, what a treat.
A fun, late night noshless gab with the bestest of the best.
May 31, 2018
5.21.18 A Fairytale Everyone Can Get Onboard With
Rambles, a snippet of a favorite Greek myth retold, a music way to stimulating for its own good. Oh—and a cat and and a pizza table thingy.
May 22, 2018
May 5, 2018
May 13, 2018
May 13, 2018
Affirmation, say it out loud, it is truth.
May 13, 2018
The Rival, Sylvia Plath
It’s 1 A.M., I’m sleepless in the West County, let’s do this.
May 11, 2018
May 6, 2018
Things heard on the 5th of May and Digested. Yum.
May 6, 2018
4.29.18-Phynnecabulary Has a Guest!
An fun,casual chat kind of interview with Brienne K. Tanner, author of PurgeAtory.
April 30, 2018
Yes, Exquisite, This Corpse Is!
Reading an Exquisite Corpse written by our weekend writing group.
April 27, 2018
Apr 22, 2018
4.21.18: Phynnecabulary- Connections, Among Other Tangents
April 22, 2018
A Solitary Selection Tonight
Reading of “Just Right...”
April 20, 2018
ImpromptuCast Again-Skat-ta-tat
Sick and hungry and loopy from meds—the afternoon everyday background sounds make their own music, too.
April 16, 2018
4.12.18 Phynnecabulary ImpromptuCast: Brianna & Adjani
Musings and late night, and yes, talking while nursing a sinus infection.
April 13, 2018
Apr 10, 2018
Phynnecabulary Episode 2
April 11, 2018
A Phynnecabulary Teaser
Phynne 101 1/2, pleased to make your acquaintance, and all that howdy-do.
April 9, 2018