Lenna M Pierce (Meaner Pencil) is a dark-folk-singing cellist, memoirist, and music reviewer who has performed in the filthiest subway stations of New York City as well as at medieval French churches and turn of the century Swiss theaters, house shows in Paris, Barcelona and Berlin, and artist co-ops in Lincoln Nebraska. She is a happy member of Borrowed Birds record label.
Articles by Lenna Pierce:
the love a cow feels - so that it will last forever - they stand in the mud and sing - the innocent poverty of communism - for ice cream is Zmrzlina – to sing a concert in a bar - folk gods hiding - a devil who children – the milky sweet lullaby
how to move your fingers really well - eventually you are graceful - carpal tunnel syndrome - Bubble your lips - the possibility of joy
said the bureaucrat to the beautiful liar - a former monastery in a tiny French village - my great uncle had two death certificates - a celtic paleolith - a reverse Eiffel Tower - we could see the fascists coming through the fields - I dutifully marked myself Facebook safe