Terence Degnan is a poet and spoken word artist. He's been published in various literary magazines including Prime Number Magazine, The Other Herald, The OWS Poetry Anthology, as well as in the anthology, "My Apocalypse". His two spoken word albums (2008's "BC" & 2010's "Calling Shotgun") were produced in Pittsburgh, PA and Raleigh, NC respectively. They can be found on iTunes, Spotify and a sundry of many, more complicated music databases. His book, "The Small Plot Beside the Ventriloquist's Grave" was released in August through Sock Monkey Press in 2012.
Terence's play "Unattended Packages", directed by David Little, saw its debut in 2007 in New York City.
Terence was recently named the poetry editor for Sock Monkey Press in Brooklyn, NY.
"were this a nature poem" was selected as Editor's Choice for Prime Number Magazine's annual publication (Vol 3), A Press 53 Publication.
Terence's second book of poems "Still Something Rattles" is slotted to be released soon. "Still Something Rattles" is a concept book which includes the chapters, "Letters From Purgatory", "Unicorn", and "Rome".
Terence is curating a storytelling series titled, "How to Build a Fire: Advancing the Oral Tradition." This monthly storytelling series takes place at 7:30pm on the last Thursday of the month from March 2014 until Spring 2015 at Open Source Gallery (Brooklyn, NY).