Waywords Studio


The studio produces several programs for fans of literature, from the Waywords Podcast to audio fiction and genre-bending works, as well as voice-overs and special projects. Many episodes have bonus content for our subscribers and members.

Visual Album: Creative Reading Vol 1

The first visual album from Waywords is built upon the concept of “creative reading,” forming a phenomenological response to three different texts (essay, fiction, or poetry) around a provided term.

Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” – Part 2

We accuse Marvell of verbal assault and find that he was hardly alone. 

Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” – Part 1

What do we do with–how do we read–can we make us of–a classic and famous metaphysical poem which is also misogynistic?

Waywords Podcast Update – Sept 30

The Waywords Podcast is back with new episodes beginning next week!

Bloomsday 2022!

Happy Bloomsday 2022! Celebrate by sampling Waywords sounds: a bit of Joyce’s ‘Finnegans Wake’ produced for the Waywords and Meansigns project.

Pearson’s Archetypes

Carol Pearson’s work following Carl Jung offers us a way to transform our understanding of our own lives, and also how we read the narratives we have so long been taught. I review her strategies for using the archetypes and review her online assessment tool, the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator.

Legacy – Post-Season 1 Announcement

A quick post-season announcement about what is to come.

Legacy – Episode 14

I find my way; A sovereign song. (End of Season 1.)

Waypoint: Theophile Gautier’s “Clarimonde”

A reading of “Clarimonde,” an appropriately creepy story befitting the tradition of Winter Solstice ghost stories. This story in French is titled “La Morte Amoureuse.”

Legacy – Episode 13

Jen waits; things which comfort.

Literary Criticism

The Waywords Podcast

Wanderings on Literature and Language

Audio Fiction


A Memoir of Sorts

Audio Micro-Fiction

Scenes and Moments

(forthcoming March 2022)

Literature Performance

Finnegan’s Wake

Excerpts from Joyce with original musical compositions from Randon Myles.

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