by Ken Yoshikawa
Quiver is the first album of spoken word poetry by Ken Yoshikawa. It deals with the subject matters of racism, abuse, fear, toxic masculinity, and finally self-love as the means of survival. It is an album of coming to terms with fragility, becoming vulnerable despite all queues to be otherwise. They were written between the years 2014 and 2019. The album is now available for streaming and purchase on bandcamp at yoshikawaken.bandcamp.com
by Kate Leddy
Kate Leddy’s first poetry chapbook, Homesick Season, explores nostalgia for people, places, and states of mind. Her work captures the emotional experience of moving across the country and unraveling her own identity out of a relationship. Kate’s chapbook will invite you to pour yourself a cup of coffee and find warmth throughout the cold months.
It is available for purchase through www.kateleddy.com.
by Red O’Hare
Red O'Hare's debut spoken word poetry album Seaglass Strange explores the aftermath of domestic violence, tragedy, and generational trauma. Gritty and personal, her writing is built on the idea that we are vehicles for our stories, good or bad. This album is for anyone who has loved the wrong person at the right time. Seaglass Strange is available now on Bandcamp. Download your copy at redohare.bandcamp.com.
good days & bad days
by Igor Brezhnev
In December of 2018, Igor Brezhnev has recorded his first poetry album Good Days & Bad Days. This album contains 27 poems, some giving voice to work from Igor’s last book america is a dry cookie and other love stories and some of his upcoming collection of poetry after|words. Igor’s work explores themes of immigration, home and belonging. You can listen to and purchase the entire album or individual tracks at igorbrezhnev.bandcamp.com.