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answering the question [What is visual poetry?] one full-color chapbook at a time

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Poet, writer, and visual artist, Fedwa Malti-Douglas grew up in the Lebanese mountain village of Deir al-Qamar (the Abode of the Moon). After a career of university teaching, publications, and honors (including the Kuwait Prize for Arts and Letters, and election to the American Philosophical Society), she retired in 2012. In 2011, before fleeing the [...]

 


Steven D Stark, the author of four books, writes fiction and poetry and does visual art. His work has recently been published in Frigg, The Doctor TJ Eckelburg Review, 3 am, Litn’Image, Mudlark, McSweeney’s, The Cafe Review, HOOT, Otoliths, OccuPoetry, Eclectica, Mobius, fleeting, and, among others, Clapboard House, where he won the short story prize. [...]

 


CALLIGRAPHY : DEFINED AS BEAUTIFUL WRITING : IN MY PRACTICE, I WANT MY HAND TO FLOW FLUID AND FREE : ENTER – LIQUID WRITING : INK DROPPED INTO A VASE FULL OF WATER : THE CALLIGRAPHER BECOMES THE PHOTOGRAPHER : THE INK TELLS A STORY AS IT SLOWLY SINKS : THIS LIQUID WRITING COLLECTION CAPTURES [...]

 


I have been at this creating thing a long time… using images words sounds together. Figured that if i could trust the essence of one discipline i would really be safe trusting three. How else to get to truth… to became awake… to choose a path through the chaos. Did the usual things… visited ahKuhDemeEeeuh [...]

 


David Jalajel is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. He is the author of Moon Ghazals (Beard of Bees Press, 2009) and a book-length poem in Sapphic meter, Cthulhu on Lesbos (Ahadada Books, 2011). His recent textual poetry has appeared in Otoliths, Shampoo, Anti-, Recursive Angel, experiential-experimental-literature, Mizna, and Lynx. His visual work has been featured at [...]

 



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