The April 5, 2004 Adam Fieled performance at the Kelly Writers House on the U Penn campus in Philadelphia, as part of the Live at the Writers House series broadcast on WXPN, has now migrated to Mixriot, Mixcrate, and 8tracks.
This revised essay on As/Is explores the dimensional levels of individuality, as expressed in poetry and the artistic, in opposition to the demands of society, and what is generally considered normative. Includes exegesis of Keats Odes and Cheltenham Elegies.
The fourWtwentyfive print anthology, from fourW Press, Wagga Wagga, NSW NZ, was released in December 2013, and included the sonnet Manayunk Sky by American poet Adam Fieled. The sonnet now has a page with two editions (fourW/Red Room) on Open Library.
Mortuary Puppies, the one-act play by American poet Adam Fieled which was produced by the Outlaw Playwrights of State College Pa, on the University Park campus of Penn State University on February 11, 1999, now has its own page on Open Library.
This collection, April Shrouds: Notes on Romanticism, on Youblisher, discusses in detail both the relation of English Romanticism to the twentieth century and to twenty-first century Philadelphia, and the English Romantics in relation to each other, oeuvre to oeuvre.
This short piece: Poets, Verses, Khyber: appeared in the Philadelphia City Paper in July 2005, and is now preserved on Internet Archive. It announces the Poetry Incarnation ’05 reading, held at the Khyber Pass in Philadelphia on July 5, 2005 (here is a list of the 30 readers), and curated by Adam Fieled/Mike [ … ]
American Writing: A Magazine and Siren’s Silence were both Philadelphia print poetry journals, operative until ’98 (Siren’s Silence) and ’02 (American Writing) respectively. Now, these pages from the two print Philly journals have been salvaged onto IA: Clean, by Adam Fieled, from SS Vol. 2 No. 3 (’98), and the cover of the [ … ]
This is a seven track edit/remix of American poet Adam Fieled’s performance at Stain Bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on March 30, 2007, as part of the Mipoesias Stain Bar reading series, on Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and Mixcloud.