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a clipblog collecting blogged thoughts on visual poetry

Friday, October 29, 2004

The Competences of a Visual Poet

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

First off, I'd divide Geof's "painter's palette" into three "sub-palettes," one for competence with color; one for competence with shapes; and one for competence with texture, or the way the paint acts as a material, or the canvas or equivalent of the canvas or whatever. I would consider each of these more important, by quite a lot, than the "printer's fist."

Sunday, October 17, 2004

The Geometrical Work of Pete Spence

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

One of the artists whose work will come up in my presentation because of the geometrical flavor of some of it is Pete Spence.

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Fossilesent Beining

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

Okay, back the the subject of this blog, poetry--in particular, an image from Guy Beining's The Compact Duchamp Amp After Amp.

The Still Points of Visual Poetry

via Bob Grumman's po-X-cetera

Today just a piece I made yesterday, inspired by a visio-poetic impression of T. S. Eliot's "still point" by Endwar that Geof Huth displays and comments on in his blog entry for 9 September 2004, and influenced by Gomringer's famous "silencio."

Friday, October 08, 2004

eratio postmodern poetry, issue 4, online

via Gregory Vincent St Thomasino's eratio

eratio appears for spring and fall and is always reading

Oracular Sonnets Released

via Gregory Vincent St Thomasino's eratio

Meritage Press is thrilled to release the e-chapbook, The Oracular Sonnets, an e-collaborative venture between New Zealand-born, Australian-based poet Mark Young and Finnish poet Jukka-Pekka Kervinen.

Chickenscratch Vispo

via Crag Hill's poetry scorecard

The Chicken Scratch Gallery. Theres some top-'o-the-line vizpo there/here