jamie's writing

 

plant this magic bean

without the moss, there would have been nothing remarkable about the 

castle, other than it's colossal width

 

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untitled

things started returning to me
in fistfuls

i squat by the ocean in the blue zone

and watch it fade, the clouds hullver
and fayd

things look like they have been blue-
blocked

in the distance i see poseidon waving 
like a maniac

winking like a maniac

his jaw is clenched, his paddle is wide, 
his trident is manned by the towering
torso

he's a maniac, he sings to the moon,
the same 

moon, full, hurdled, he pleads,
he shouts

he growls like a wolf, he donkeys

a wave begins to sing,
sounding like a thousand ladies 
at first tiny, a fractal image 
i am twined with
centimeters in sight, off the horizon

a shining green ox razor 

a lime monster

my surfboard quakes beneath me,

the timpani comes in 

i am green roomed
scoping 

a red vipe slithering through the wave
red spider dancing through the web

poseidon's tiny ponies beneath, 

"never back down"

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Published Works 

Death Sequence By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls Karma Publishing, New York, 2014 Available through Karma publishing and Amazon Books. 

Death Sequence
By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls
Karma Publishing, New York, 2014
Available through Karma publishing and Amazon Books

Val Verde By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls  Karma Publishing, New York, 2011 Available through Amazon

Val Verde
By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls 
Karma Publishing, New York, 2011
Available through Amazon

Life Size By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls  Karma Publishing, New York, 2012 Available through Amazon

Life Size
By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls 
Karma Publishing, New York, 2012
Available through Amazon

There Aren't Anymore Poets Stupid There Aren't Anymore Stupid Poets By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls Bodega Publishing, New York, 2011 Out of Print.

There Aren't Anymore Poets Stupid
There Aren't Anymore Stupid Poets

By Jamie Kanzler, Photos by Sam Falls
Bodega Publishing, New York, 2011
Out of Print.


Jamie's Music

When it came to music, Jamie seemed to like a little something in everything. He began by playing cello and piano, then guitar and banjo, to fiddle, harmonica, and ukulele.

In his young adult life, he began to compose and produce his own music, with his sound being just as interesting as himself. He started a record label, CatsCats Records, and also released music with WharfCat Records. 

Halloween 2015 will see the release of his first album, compiled and produced by Janine.

JAMIE'S FILM

Jamie's films were some of the best of his generation. He drew inspiration from his family, friends, and favorite filmmakers, which included: 

  • Professor Gilberto Perez, Sarah Lawrence College
  • Jean Luc Godard 
  • Stan Brakhage
  • Akira Kurosawa
  • John Ford 
  • Jean Renoir 
  • Stanley Kubrick 
  • Luis Bunuel 
  • D.W. Griffith