Not since Cocteau’s film, Orpheus, has a writer tapped into the poetic unconscious of the radio with such witty and marvelous results. Jeffrey Cyphers Wright’s ‘Radio’ plays nonstop hit poems with an energizing staccato rhythm that brings the “divine monkey business” that is New York and its many underground scenes back to life. “The odyssey is not easy,” but extremely rewarding, for here you’ll find the city in all its eccentric, deviant glory. He’s both a poet and DJ for our times – riffing off sights, sounds, songs, and language to create the ultimate cultural remix! – Elaine Equi
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Attend the series launch at VON, Saturday, June 3!