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

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Marco Giovenale lives in Rome. He’s editor of http://gammm.org. His most recent book of (linear) poems in Italian is Shelter (Donzelli, 2010). His artbooks are Sibille asemantiche (Camera verde, 2008) and, under the name of Differx, aweapon (2008), Severe red (2010), unrelated | undepicted | (diptychs) (2010), and septemware (2011), all by Vugg Books. Some [...]

 


bruno neiva is a Portuguese writer, poet and artist. He has published several chapbooks, such as: “early-natttura”, “polar coordinates and N2OC10H12″, “sad items”, “natttura1-7″, “Nuvem Ruim”, “o livro das minhas proezas de pesca 1-8″, “Samples 17-24.”, “Samples 9-16″ and “Samples 1-8″. His work can also be found in magazines / e-zines: otoliths, BlazeVox, moria, ditch, [...]

 


Massimo Sannelli. Born: 1973, 27th November. I live in Genoa, Italy. I try to follow what I think it’s the better way to live. So I’m a writer and an artist; a translator and an actor always working with voice(s). That’s all. When I make these visual poems or electronic drawings, I’d like to force [...]

 


Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé adores Jackson Pollock. He first conflated Cubist and Abstract Expressionist sensibilities in “One Line About the Sea”, a mixed media canvas of charcoal, graphite and metal he created for the closing event of the Singapore Writers Festival in 2009. An interdisciplinary artist, Desmond also works in clay, his commemorative pieces housed in [...]

 


NF Huth’s textual work has appeared in Listenlight, The Literary Review, Philadelphia Poets, CWM, and others. Her visual poetry was featured at The New Post-Literate, and her book of visual poetry, sansound, was published by dbqp. LAUGHING/OUCH/CUBE will publish her first book of poems. She publishes found sound at Click Buzz Chirp, and photographic images [...]

 



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