Ellaraine Lockie | Wild As in Familiar

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Wild As in Familiar

by Ellaraine Lockie

Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Drawing Breath
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2. Evolution
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3. Walk With Earthworms
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4. Earth Worms in My Hand
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5. Sad
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6. Fallout
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7. Wings Clipped
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8. Waiting for Midnight
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9. Found Poem
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10. Encounters With Crows
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11. Crow Speaks in Africa
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12. Birds of a Feather
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13. Culture Shock
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14. A Matter of Degree
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15. All That Glitters Is Not
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16. Missouri River Roots
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17. Seed of a Serial Killer
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18. The History of Color
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19. War and Peace On the Prairie
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20. A Perfect Storm
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21. Coming Home in a Haibun
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22. Rebellion
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23. Writers' Retreat
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24. A Wretch Like Me
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25. Saying Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This audio recording of Ellaraine Lockie reading the collection "Wild as in Familiar" is also published in chapbook form by Finishing Line Press (www.finishinglinepress.com, ISBN 1-59924-886-7). This album is a combination of spoken word and soundscape, creating a unique audio poetry. Text is by Ellaraine and sound by her daughter, Heather Lockie.

We recommend experiencing the entirety of the collection in one listening, as many of the tracks blend together in a continuous fashion.
credits

Released 01 January 2012
All poems by Ellaraine Lockie.
Sound design and music by Heather Lockie (www.heatherlockie.com).
Recorded by Heather Lockie.
Special thanks to: Centrum Artist Residency, guest reader Mary Lauranne Hilts and Clay Chaplin for post-production.

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