Posts Tagged ‘ visual poetry ’

John Bloomberg-Rissman (3x), Anny Ballardini, Heriberto Yépez, Hedy Habra, Shin Yu Pai, Anne Gorrick, Robert Kelly, + @ Galatea Resurrects #21 (A Poetry Engagement) via Zeitgeist Spam

Song

“SONG” in HUNGARIAN LANGART by Marton Koppany

John Bloomberg-Rissman (3x), Anny Ballardini, Heriberto Yépez, Hedy Habra, Shin Yu Pai, Anne Gorrick, Robert Kelly, + @ Galatea Resurrects #21 (A Poetry Engagement)

otoliths 31 is here

Cometgeographies: Comet
Mark Young

otoliths issue thirty-one southern autumn, 2013

Donna Fleischer, Two Poems / Otoliths, issue 30, August 2013

Yellow Ticket in Red

Yellow Ticket in Red
Jack Galmitz

Otoliths, issue 30, August 2013 / Donna Fleischer

Johannes S. H. Bjerg: Two Sequences and a Visual / otoliths issue 29

white hole

Johannes S. H. Bjerg / otoliths 29

Maintenant #69 – Márton Koppány « Poetry International’s Weblog

Márton Koppány Bonsai No. 3 (2007)

Maintenant #69 – Márton Koppány « Poetry International’s Weblog.

The Mouth, the Most Beautiful Cloaca / dbqp: visualizing poetics

Geof Huth, The First Form of Entry # 80 of “A Poetics” (3.17.11); photo: 12.13.11)

The Mouth, the Most Beautiful Cloaca : : http://dbqp.blogspot.com/

A Poetics (# 87 via # 57) : : http://dbqp.blogspot.com/

Visual Poetry Today by Geof Huth : : Poetry Foundation

Transmission Technology, Spirit, and Embodied Self in Recent Visual Poetry / R A I N T A X I Review of Books

R A I N T A X I Review of Books.

d  i  p  p  i  n  g   b  u  t t e r f l i e s: You call that poetry?

Melissa Allen’s one-word poem or visual poetry or vispo has yet another dimension, that of typography with an embedded sense of offset printing, showing in the continuum of screen values beginning with 20%, perhaps, and advancing to 100%, either reflecting a loss hinted at and growing into an emphatic solid house of doom within the soul, or the reversed overwhelming shock of it finally fading into grey, and probably all these in five minutes of a life; showing in the choice of a non-serif font, all lower case, an echo of a loss of serifs falling off, those capitals of passion diminished, a scale of diminution and the monumental both, each showing in the absence of the other, such complete presence. Finally, within the pictorial quality there is a sense of haiga and haiku interdependence. ~ DF

who i am is sleep / dbqp: visualizing poetics

who i am is sleep / dbqp: visualizing poetics

L’art c’est moi / dbqp: visualizing poetics

George Brecht, "No Smoking"

L’art c’est moi