Lee Todd Lacks
Lee Todd Lacks seeks to blur the distinctions between rants, chants, anecdotes, and anthems.
His experience of living with significant vision and hearing deficits often informs his writing and artwork, which have appeared in The Monarch Review, The Quarterday Review, Crack The Spine Anthology, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Bop Dead City, Liquid Imagination, and elsewhere.
In December of 2016, Fermata Publishing released his first chapbook of poetry and short fiction, entitled Underneath. In May of 2017, Lee Todd presented selections of his poetry at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) in collaboration with a group of multimedia artists from the United States and Romania.
Embellished by poetry and short fiction, this fully-illustrated stage play focuses upon two adult sisters living in Bangor, Maine during the early 1960's.
The deliciously written selections within form a most enjoyable linear narrative that depict the sisters' struggle to acknowledge their mutually-compatible interest in corporal punishment as a consequence of their respective belief systems.
Release: February 14 2018