Felix Jung: Reading Poems at Tuesday Funk
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to join several other talented writers at Tuesday Funk – Chicago’s Eclectic Monthly Reading Series. I had the opportunity to read several poems – something I haven’t done in a very, very long while.
It’s hard to pin down specific topics, as the poems are pretty varied and jump around in terms of subject matter. I talk a bit about astronomy, Axl Rose, God and religion, Mary Poppins, and how I imagine heavy metal drummers meet their ends. It’s all a rich tapestry.
I read a few older poems, a few of my older favorites. But I also have some newer stuff – in particular a poem I’ve never posted or read out loud before. Here’s my segment in its entirety, from the March 2016 event:
And yes, I’m wearing my Rdio t-shirt because even though I’m now a Spotify subscriber… I still haven’t fully dealt with Rdio’s absence.
Thanks again to Andrew and Eden for the opportunity to participate. It was lovely getting in front of a crowd again, and to read words I had shuffled around in a particular order. I had an absolute blast.
You can experience the full event at the Tuesday Funk YouTube Channel. Or – you can catch the event live. The next reading is on Tuesday, April 5th!
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Felix Jung: Poetry
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