Want to hear me speak about my research, read my poetry, or attend an opera for which I’m the librettist? Here’s my schedule–so far–for late 2019.
21 August: “Medievalism, Myth, and Music for The Lion in Winter,” Representations of Early Music on Stage and Screen conference, Birmingham City University. I’ll be participating via Skype, and my session begins at 8 am Central. I’ll also share it to Humanities Commons CORE afterwards.
25 September: “Shakespeare, Madness, and Music” public lecture at Sun Prairie Public Library, Sun Prairie, WI. 6:30 pm in the Community Room.
26 September: “Shakespeare, Madness, and Music” public lecture at Black Earth Public Library, Black Earth, WI. 6:30 pm, location TBD.
11-13 October: Houston Poetry Fest. Open to all. I’ll be reading 2-3 poems, probably on Saturday, 12 October. More details as they emerge.
18 and 19 October: Texas Music Library Association meeting at Rice University in Houston. I’ll be there regardless of whether I present; feel free to ask about my recent work on Melody magazine, undertaken with the assistance of a Music Library Association Dena Epstein award.
31 October: Premiere of The Harbingers, an a capella opera a libretto by me and music by composer Rosśa Crean. 7:30 pm, Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago.