‘There’s a wild Jack Russell in the Moon’ (audio)

My poem ‘There’s a wild Jack Russell in the Moon’ was published in We Will Disappear (2007).

David Prater, ‘There’s a wild Jack Russell in the Moon’

This audio version of ‘There’s a wild Jack Russell in the Moon’ was recorded live at Babble by Sean M. Whelan on February 1 2006 as part of my feature set.

If you listen carefully, you can hear the sound of a piano, coming out of the speakers of a very old Walkman. Sit back and imagine me pretending to play the piano while I recite the poem.

Think Billy Joel.

Is an arsehole.

Merciful and rapid-response editing of this piece (originally over 10 minutes in length) was carried out by DJ Sassy Pants.

Unfortunately this means you don’t get to hear me go ‘woof’.


About the author

Davey Dreamnation (1972–?) is an Australalian musician, vocalist, pirate and record-label owner who now lives 'in the third person'.

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