We’re excited for the chance to play host to a lovely poem by Trista Edwards who was inspired to write by an article describing painter’s pigments now lost to history or made rare by time. “Museum of the Rarest Colors” hails from a collection inspired by the loss of these colors.
Spiderweb Salon is thrilled to highlight the deeply talented Sethnicity and his poem from a collection from last year called New Moon Monolith. He describes this project as “an attempt to find truth in darkness of all kinds.”
Congrats to Axel Severs for being the most recent recipient of Shiny Sound Recording Studio & Spiderweb Salon’s Songwriting Scholarship. Through his project entitled Rosie, Axel gave our crew of musicians a chance to explore new territory in their musical repertoire with his post-rock inspired, found-sound jam.
Read a chilling excerpt of Denton-born-and-raised novelist Colin Winnette's new book THE JOB OF THE WASP, and catch him on his most recent tour through Denton at The Electronic Experiment III on Wednesday night!
Maureen Leak is a talented poet, playwright, artist, cook, and all-around-creative, and we’re lucky to have her as a collaborator here at Spiderweb Salon. In this feature, we are bringing you her poem in celebration of this collective of wonderful, creative weirdos.
For quite some time, we’ve known Charlie Moore to be a talented musician. There are countless reasons we were inspired to invite him into the studio as the newest recipient of the Spiderweb Salon + Shiny Sound Songwriting Scholarship, and this collaboration is everything this project was born to be: people creating beautiful music together.
Matthew Long has been involved with Spiderweb Salon since, in his estimation, the 3rd or 4th event, about five years ago. A hilarious member of the troupe Matthew the 3nius, Matthew has long made us laugh so hard our stomachs hurt. He’s also got a visual side as a rad watercolorist and designer.
We are thrilled to bring you Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi's beautiful, concrete poem, “impolite mythology.” Fatima wrote the poem a few years ago and turned it into its current snake shape when she decided to include it in her forthcoming chapbook, Moon Woman.