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

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Anatol Knotek (www.anatol.cc) is an austrian artist and visual poet. He was born in Vienna, Austria where he still lives and works. Anatol’s work has been exhibited internationally and his concrete and visual poems have been published in journals, chapbooks, schoolbooks and anthologies. He can be reached at anatol@anatol.cc Anatol says: “In this book I [...]

 


Billy Mavreas is a Canadian cartoonist and artist living in Montreal, Quebec, whose mostly silent or wordless comics revolve around the themes of language, sexuality and spirituality. He is the co-founder of Expozine, one of Canada’s largest and most well respected small press fairs, as well as the curator and resident-at-large of Monastiraki, a shop [...]

 


A. J. Patrick Liszkiewicz is a media artist and theorist, an assistant editor at the online journal Anti-, and a member of the art collective RUST, LTD. He is the author of two previous chapbooks, Alphabet Man (Slack Buddha) and Count as One (New River), and a forthcoming full-length collection, Afeeld: Computer Games as Poetics [...]

 


Renaat Ramon, born in Bruges (BE). Poet, essayist and visual artist: monumental sculptures, paintings, graphics, installations, furniture designs and architectural projects in the spirit of constructivism and minimalism. Collaborator to Big Ode (PT), I/Z (NL) and Poëziekrant (BE). Published a.o. concrete and visual poetry: Ongehoorde gedichten / Poems unheard-of (1997), Color-field poetry (1999) and Zichtbare [...]

 


I am self-taught. I am especially interested in writing and making as integral aspects of the creative process. Works begin as white silk and are transformed through dyeing, painting, drawing, and screen-printing with sand. I seek a whole larger than the sum of the parts and am currently intent on discovering what it takes for [...]