The formatting of this essay seems to be too much for WordPress to handle so please find the piece at the Haunt Journal of Art website.
In the St. Mark’s Poetry Project Newsletter #242, which came out during the spring of 2015:
In writing a response to the occasion of hearing Anaïs Maviel’s solo album, hOULe, one reasonable question for me to begin with might be: what do I hear her doing? […]
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