El Barto toots trumpet and Stacey Steele performs flute on Diamonds.
All Lyrics by Gregory Rawlins, except Diamonds co-written by Andy Steele.
David Axelrod wrote and read A Study of Moths. Axelrod is the author of six collections of poems. The most recent, Folly and What Next, Old Knife? were published by Lost Horse Press. His previous collection, The Cartographer’s Melancholy, won the Spokane Poetry Prize and was a finalist for the 2006 Oregon Book Award. His collection of cultural and environmental essays about the interior Northwest, Troubled Intimacies, appeared in 2004. His poems and essays have been published in New Letters, Boulevard, Alaska Quarterly Review, Kenyon Review, Quarterly West, River Styx, Verse Daily, among others. He also edits basalt: a journal of fine & literary arts, and is Professor of English and Writing at Eastern Oregon University, where he has taught since 1988.