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Electroacoustical Poetical Society

Electroacoustical Poetical Society is the invention of Marjorie Van Halteren to promote the magic that words, voices, languages, instruments, noises and all manner of sounds make together, live and recorded, written improvised or dreamed - in defiance of genres and categories. The podcast offerings include new compostions as well as the original That Tuesday events, podcast since 2014. Collaborations welcome.

May 8, 2020

Guitarist and improviser Philippe Lenglet lives and works in the North of France. He's a member of the Muzzix collective, and is also a photographer.

He contributed guitar, amplifier loop with pedal effects, and his voice to this episode, entitled, "Sinon à la Maison." With Marie-Noëlle Dufromont on scissors and...


Apr 18, 2020

This is the first episode of a new podcast series of short pieces by Marjorie Van Halteren, sound poet/composer and producer of That Tuesday. This first episode is called, "Another Part of the Forest," a collaboration with poet Ilaria Boffa, in Padua, Italy.  You can hear her other work on Soundcloud...


Apr 9, 2020

Alice Notley has been described as one of America's greatest living poets. In this special intimate conversation, Alice speaks of her life on both sides of the Atlantic and reads several of her famous works, including "At Night the States," "Jack Would Speak Through the Imperfect Medium of Alice" and "The Mask," as well...


Jan 9, 2019

Audio art piece created over distances by Marjorie Van Halteren (France) and Brian Price (USA) for the That Tuesday podcast.

Mark Time Grandmaster Brian Price and his Great Northern Audio Theatre partner, Jerry Stearns, had a good year in 2017.  They won an APA Audie for their feature-length drama, IN THE EMBERS, and...


Aug 12, 2018

The Brooklyn of the past and of the heart and mind. Storyteller and author Helen Engelhardt takes us in search of that emblematic borough and her rich personal history. "Brooklyn is where I know who I am," says Helen.