10 episodes

Annie Lanzillotto embarks on a solo decameron in her raw Bronx roar. While sheltering in place alone, Annie built a cave and with a nod to Boccaccio's Decameron during the Bubonic Plague, Annie aims to tell 100 original stories for starters.

Annie's Story Cave Annie Lanzillotto

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    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Annie Lanzillotto embarks on a solo decameron in her raw Bronx roar. While sheltering in place alone, Annie built a cave and with a nod to Boccaccio's Decameron during the Bubonic Plague, Annie aims to tell 100 original stories for starters.

    SLOW LOUD CLEAR

    SLOW LOUD CLEAR

    "Slow Loud Clear" by Annie Lanzillotto
    You will never hear the word "America" the same way again.

    This episode is dedicated to:
    Sr. M. Raymond Aloysia (Caroline Paluzzi)
    of the Sisters of St. Francis, Hastings-on-Hudson, She was born on December 10, 1916, and died on January 12, 2000.  Her mother was Erminia Zaletti Paluzzi. Her father was Rocco Paluzzi.  She had a brother Henry.  She entered the convent on January 5, 1936 and professed her final vows on July 14, 1941.  She held various positions in teaching.  She has been at St. Eugene School and parish in Yonkers for over 35 years.  She is buried at St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, Poughkeepsie.

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    special thanks to JoAnn Fusco Burrows
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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Mike Fiorito, Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove, Adele Travisano

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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    "Slow Loud Clear" 
    written by Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2012
    audio performance by Annie  Rachele Lanzillotto © 2020

    • 14 min
    My Throwing Arm: This Useless Expertise

    My Throwing Arm: This Useless Expertise

    o"My Throwing Arm : This Useless Expertise"
    by Annie Lanzillotto

    A struggle in pink, the constant bouncing pulse, a Bronx girl and her Spaldeen.
    When the chips are down, what good is being able to aim a ball at an X on the wall?

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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Mike Fiorito, Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove, Adele Travisano

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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    "My Throwing Arm: This Useless Expertise"
    text:    Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 1993
    audio performance:  Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021

    Annie first performed an iteration of this story in 1993 as a one woman show at "Under One Roof Theatre "Women 9-90 Festival" and Manhattan Class Company's "Performance Marathon," directed by Victoria MacElwayne, with live sound action by Eliza Ladd.

    • 38 min
    Prepare to Be Found

    Prepare to Be Found

    Living alone, immunocompromised and sheltering-in-place during COVID-19, how do you prepare at night?

    Annie's yellow post-it note flies around the house.  A yellow post-it note butterfly.   It reads: PREPARE TO BE FOUND. 


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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Mike Fiorito, Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove, Adele Travisano

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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    "Prepare to Be Found"
    text:    Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021
    audio performance:  Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021
    *Annie first performed this story in the series "Tell Me a Story Annie" on 1/24/21, produced by City Lore.  Thanks to Steve Zeitlin, Molly Garfinkel, Eva Pedraglieri, Salley May.

    • 20 min
    Footfall

    Footfall

    How to walk in Napoli and Roma on San Pietrini stones...



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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Mike Fiorito, Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove, Adele Travisano

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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    "Footfall"
    text:    Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021
    audio performance:  Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021

    • 28 min
    Nerina

    Nerina

    One of the most profound days of my life was up a mountain in Sicilia.  Eternal thanks to Stefania Taviano for taking me around her homeland, and to her ancestral land, of olive trees growing on steep slopes.

    "Nerina”  written by Annie Lanzillotto, was awarded an Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award Honorable Mention sponsored by the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College.  Published in Paterson Literary Review #49, Editor Maria Mazziotti Gillan, Paterson, New Jersey, 2021.


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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Mike Fiorito, Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove, Adele Travisano

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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    "Nerina"
    text:    Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2020
    audio performance:  Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021

    • 5 min
    The Mayor of Prospect Park

    The Mayor of Prospect Park

    Tony Chiappelloni was the last of the ..... "The Mayor of Prospect Park" earning that moniker with his scores of good deeds for everyone in his path.  He schools Annie on everything from sexuality to the gnostic gospels with lessons from the streets of Ancient Rome.

    Annie first published this story  in the Paterson Literary Review, 2014.

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    This podcast series is a Street Cry Inc production.

    You can contribute to this series via PAYPAL at: 
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com

    Street Cry Inc thanks our 2021 backers:
    Audrey Kindred, Ron Raider, Ellynne Skove

    Special Thanks
    Al Hemberger for audio production equipment
    Rose Imperato for her ear
    Joanna Clapps Herman and Lucia Mudd for passaparola; getting out the word;

    Contact:
    StreetCryIncorporated@gmail.com
    www.StreetCryInc.org

    Street Cry Inc, est. 2018, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, championing pluralism in society by creating works of literature, voice, and performance, and mentoring the artist in everyone. 
    Your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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    "The Mayor of Prospect Park"
    text:    Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2014
    audio performance:  Annie Rachele Lanzillotto © 2021

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

30mccatharn ,

Mysticism ! Of Life!

We are so lucky to hear Annie’s artful, unique voice, words and poetic musings ...her topics are so universal and so personal at the same time it seems...let’s all donate ! And what a great format with her one of a kind out-tro — the best podcast series music & streetcry out there in Cyberland ...her words and images remain in the listener’s psyche with creative and inspiring echoes ...thank you for giving us your world, Griot Annie! New patterns, ancestors, mentor nuns, human rhythms...!

bella figlia ,

Bellissima

I am moved by these amazing stories. I love the raw emotion and Cinematography present. So much is done in such short periods. Whole worlds evoked. And Annie’s voice adds to the rich and authentic experience.

Jaxi1e ,

Gotta love her!

Heartbreakingly beautiful stories. I want more and more!

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