Jack Foley’s poetry books, all of which feature accompanying CDs or cassette tapes on which he performs with his wife Adelle, include Letters/Lights–Words for Adelle, Gershwin, Adrift (nominated for a BABRA award), Exiles, and (with Ivan Argelles) New Poetry from California: Dead/Requiem. His Greatest Hits 1974-2003 appeared from Pudding House Press. Two companion volumes of Foley’s essays and interviews, O Powerful Western Star and Foley’s Books: California Rebels, Beats, and Radicals, appeared from Pantograph Press. O Powerful Western Star received the Artists Embassy Literary/Cultural Award 1998-2000. Since 1988, Foley has hosted a show of interviews and poetry presentations on Berkeley radio station KPFA; “Foley’s Books,” a column of reviews, appears in online magazine The Alsop Review. Foley is also editor of The Fallen Western Star Wars (Scarlet Tanager Press 2001) and ALL: A James Broughton Reader (White Crane Press 2007). His monumental Visions & Affiliations, a collage history of poetry in California from 1940 to 2005, is forthcoming from Pantograph. His play, The Boy, the Girl, and The Piece of Chocolate was recently made into a film by Alabama filmmaker Wayne Sides.