Once Again Doctor Freud's Horse Has Gone Missing
SuperSonic Flash Fictions best describes this collection of dark and quirky, a times funny short-short tales. While a few rely solely on voice, human and synthetic mixtures, most are evocatively combines of spoken story with "almost-music" and sonic bits and bobs. A writer of fiction, once-upon-a-time a painter and performance artist, and is this work a sonic storyteller-his previous venture into the sonic arts, "An Audio Encyclopedia of Personal Knowledge," is included in The Best of the First Ten Years of All Things Considered-Meyers, finding it difficult to classify this work requests would-be listeners caught on the cusp of a decision to listen, or not to do so, that they, as an assist, blend in their sonic imaginations and play at variable speeds selected works by Laurie Anderson, Joe Frank, Robert Ashley, Garrison Keillor with Franz Kafka. Meyers is a professor of writing and multimedia at the School of The Art Institute of Chicago.