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Giving Voice: Guest David Budbill

David Budbill is long recognized for giving voice to the speech, lives and landscape of his home in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Then one day an old Chinese hermit/poet/scholar came to live up hill from David, and took his name, Judevine Mountain, from his new dwelling place. In two books of poetry, Moment to Moment, and While We've Still got Feet, David has brought his reclusive neighbor's work to the public. For this debut podcast edition of Giving Voice, we present an extended recording of David in performance with jazz musicians William Parker and Hamid Drake at the State University of New York in Plattsburgh, and excerpts from an interview following a reading at the Montgomery Vermont Municipal Library.  Go to full article

On Open Studio: David Budbill

Vermont writer David Budbill was at SUNY Plattsburgh April 12, in concert with jazz musicians Hamid Drake and William Parker. He presented the work of his alter ego, the Chinese hermit/poet/scholar Judevine Mountain, who takes his name from the mountain behind David's house in the Northeast Kingdom. Dale Hobson spoke with the poet following a recent reading at the Montgomery, Vermont Municipal Library.  Go to full article

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