The Miller Aud-cast | May 25, 2021

Hello and welcome to Miller Aud-cast, Episode 20. In this episode, we feature “Echo Bridge,” a sound poem from Jane P. Perry, a finalist for the 2021 Miller Audio Prize. Perry is an ethnographer. She uses voices and ephemera to tell stories as an author and sound artist. Quoting from Storytelling In Sound, her growing collection of acoustic poems, Jane says, “I believe the auditory sense provides a rich channel for opening the imagination because what is heard can be open to interpretation. The act of interpreting becomes a healthy experience of storytelling for the listener.”

Thanks for being here with us for Miller Aud-cast #20. Much gratitude to Jane P. Perry for sharing her work with us, and letting us give it to the internet: it is an honor.

Find her on social media at the following handles:
Twitter: @oaklandjane
Facebook: jane.perry79462
IG: janepperry

Stay tuned for Miller Aud-cast #21, coming soon. We hope you’ve been enjoying the Aud-cast, and remember: if they’ve inspired you to record your own creative work, whether in poetry, prose, humor, or audio documentary, submissions are open now for the 2021 Miller Audio Prize. The deadline for this year’s contest is June 15. Learn all about it at our website.

Finally, TMR is open for submissions year-round, and we remain dedicated to discovering and publishing the best contemporary writing in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Be heard. Give us the opportunity to discover you: submit your work today.

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