alicia sometimes



Radio Laneways and the Melbourne Sound

Photograph by Catarina Fizzano Don’t use the phone. People are never ready to answer it. Use poetry. – Jack Kerouac It’s a beautiful thing to know what came before. Who walked the laneways ahead of you, smoothed any paths that …

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My Father’s House

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one sip away from the verse

alicia sometimes co-edits Going Down Swinging.

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movements [in music]

alicia sometimes co-edits Going Down Swinging.

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International Date Lines

alicia sometimes really likes the thump of a bass. She had a brief stint as a rock girl in the mid nineties in a surfie, hula-hoop, grunge band. She is a poet who still loves to be surrounded by music, performing her work many, many times on stage, train and automobile. alicia also loves numbers.

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AJ Weberman & the Trashcan

in 1971 on MacDougal Street New York a 25 year old           unkempt with wispy hair shouted out the front of Bob Dylan's house: FREE BOB DYLAN! members of a group called DLF           (Dylan Liberation Front) were upset that Bob was …

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