Workshop – Writers Anonymous
Writers Anonymous is a generative, edit-heavy and feedback-focused five-week writing course developed for all levels. Each session will be largely aimed at elevating the poems of the participants so they can better understand how to earn the trust and respect of their audience.
Buddy Texts: You Are A True Story
For $5 a month receive texts from Buddy five days a week for every month of the year for all of the years for the price of a cup of coffee.
What to expect:
- One-to-one sessions with Buddy Wakefield.
- Includes a detailed review of your material prior to the session.
- Fine-tooth editing, focused insights, and color-coded feedback to keep for your reference.
Concert – Buddy Wakefield: A Choir of Honest Killers – Live in L.A.
Buddy Wakefield’s A Choir of Honest Killers world tour was cut significantly short by coronavirus. This is the last recorded show from that tour, performed to a sold-out audience on December 15, 2019, in Los Angeles, California, at The Hayworth. It is known to be one of Buddy’s most cherished performances from 20+ years of perpetual touring.
Rent: $7.99 |Buy: $14.99
Book – A CHOIR OF HONEST KILLERS
A Choir of Honest Killers, Buddy Wakefield’s first new book of prose and poetry in eight years, is an episodic novel exploring his creative climb from the gritty underbelly of anger and shame, into the dissolution of tragedy addiction and the unmistakable clearing ahead.
SOLD OUT AND OUT OF PRINT
Book – STUNT WATER: THE BUDDY WAKEFIELD READER 1991-2011
Edited by Jeremy Radin and Andie Flores | Foreword by Andrea Gibson
Created from his first three books of poetry, which are now out of print, Stunt Water offers classrooms and spoken word enthusiasts a comprehensive look at the pivotal works of Buddy Wakefield. Includes the previously unpublished poem “Disclaimer.”
SOLD OUT AND OUT OF PRINT
CD – LIVE AT THE TYPER CANNON GRAND (2009)
“…never before has a spoken word album been released with such dazzling spirit and brain staining force. This is bound to set the standard for the genre forever.” —Derrick C. Brown, author of “How the Body Works the Dark”
CD – A STRETCH OF PRESENCE (1999)
“Dynamic, engaging, enigmatic … a ten-track CD of poetry and music that is seductively honest, with enough energy you could use it to jump-start your car on a February morning in Alaska. Tracks you can dance to, tracks you can think to, and tracks to confound you. Just enough gentle humor to leave you feeling good. A perfect synthesis of spoken word and sound.” – Kevin Charles Wixson, First Review