Podcast now available on Apple Podcasts

A quick heads up that Expanding Eyes is now available on Apple Podcasts, as well as on all the other major podcast platforms (see here for the current list) . Availability on Apple was delayed by technical-bureaucratic issues, and we apologize for the inconvenience.

Beginning with episode 3, the podcast will have new theme music, written and performed by Ian Compton, trumpet and Katie Morrow, Cello. They are both members of a 7 piece indie folk band called String Machine. You can find their music on all streaming services and at stringmachine.bandcamp.com. For inquiries, contact Katie at kmorrowcellist [AT] gmail [DOT] com.  It gives me special pleasure to have been able to commission Katie, a former student and my assistant for my First Year Experience course in Folk Music.

The Productions of Time appeals to a diverse reading audience.
Photo courtesy of Julie Ziebro-latarski. (Yes, another former student. Julie, that is).

The Productions of Time Publication Day

Today marks the release of The Productions of Time, for me a landmark, as it is not merely a book but a life’s work. But also because I hope its vision may be useful to a few people. To my surprise, my author’s free copies arrived today, so I actually have a copy of my own book—see the photo. I hope it is not too egocentric to post it, but my wife Stacey takes good pictures, so I couldn’t resist. Thanks to any of you who are generous enough to check out both the book and this website. I hope to post with some regularity starting soon, and some of my former students are urging me to consider podcasts, so who knows what the future holds?

Michael Dolzani standing in a living room holding a copy of his book, The Productions of Time.