Kelsey Wilder Reads from ‘Amp the Airy Void’ Book – Sound Clips

Do you like Dr. Seuss? Ever hear the humorous poetry of Shel Silverstein? Reaching 100 years into the past, the wandering bard Vachel Lindsay? Hints of Langston Hughes. We also hear undercurrents that suggest Bob Dylan. Attitude-wise, there’s James Dean. A dab of Al Pacino. Mix all this together and you get a taste of the author and performer Kelsey Wilder.

Here Kelsey Wilder reads from Amp the Airy Void. Click the gray arrow icons below to hear each clip. This is just a small sample of the content in this book.

Mr. Wilder is also a classically trained musician and voice actor. He has performed before diverse audiences coast to coast. To arrange a reading or book signing, contact CSM Press here.

Note: Below are short samples only. These are all clips taken from Wilder’s longer, entire songs or poems. Contact us here to get the full songs or poems.

 

      An Oddball Haul of Poetry - Kelsey Wilder

 

      Her Black Crushed Velvet Hat - Kelsey Wilder

 

      In the Very Teeth of Wacky Wilsons Lustful Longings - Part One - Kelsey Wilder

 

      The San Francisco Beat - Kelsey Wilder

 

      Tony Figueroa - A Talking Tin Can - Part Two - Kelsey Wilder

 

      Frenetic Second Grader - Kelsey Wilder

 

      Clamorous Brooklyn - Kelsey Wilder

 

      Heroic Joe (clip) - Sepulveda + Wilder

 

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