Monday, March 22, 2021
Thursday, March 18, 2021
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
thanks to rob mclennan for republishing a field guide to fanciful bugs, originally published as an e-book by avantacular press in 2010.
you can purchase a copy of the chapbook here.
Wednesday, February 03, 2021
Thanks to the League of Canadian Poets for publishing three of my visual poems from the Vispo Bible, including Exodus 23.
Extreme gratitude to the darling Babel Tower Notice Board for publishing this essay, in which I talk about the various bindings and publication styles that have been part of the Vispo Bible's journey from creation to dissemination.
You can read the essay here.
Thursday, December 31, 2020
I think it’s fair to say that 2020 was a shite year for most things but a great year for visual poetry. Here are a few folks that stood out in the pandemic year and made my world a better, more joyful, imaginative and thoughtful place.
Asemic Walks: 50 templates for pataphysical inspection, now in its 2nd printing by Hartmut Abendschein
Clara Daneri & Anthony Etherin: Penteract Press (UK)
In 2020 the press has published a number of great titles, including Gary Barwin’s colorful and playful Ampers&thropocene, Read(writ)ing Words: A Meandering Material Dialogue by Rachel Smith and Myth & Metamorphosis, which includes Clara’s intricately made Llud and Llefelys, Sacha Archer’s Narcissus and Even the Best Laid Plans, Wunjo & Haglaz by SJ Fowler, Gary Barwin’s Two Water Sigils, for Rita Wong, Dani Spinosa’s Megara and Eurydice, Maria Celin Val’s Athena (Wisdom), the Labyrinths of Rachel Smith and Luke Bradford and James Knight and his Minotaur pieces, not to mention more books that I wish I’d had the money to purchase. A shout out to Anthony for his astounding palindromes which I guess can’t be considered visual poetry…or can they? 😊
Kate Siklosi (Canada) for her beautiful collection , 6 feuilles, published by Noir:Z and the work elsewhere, which is activist and environmental as well as being beautiful and well-made. Kate and Dani are the proprietresses of Gap Riot Press, which has started to publish some memorable and beautiful visual poetry including PSW’s ON LINEatureS and sophie anne edwards river writes.
Saturday, December 19, 2020
Thursday, October 29, 2020
|Acts 11 from the New Testament|
|Job 41: 31 He maketh the deep to boil like a pot: he maketh the sea like a pot of ointment.|