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

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Volodymyr Bilyk was born in the Ukraine and has a degree in journalism. He is considered to be one of the few representatives of the so-called Ukrainian Extreme Literature. Besides being a writer, he is also a visual artist, sound producer, video artist, and a collector of films. He is a co-editor of the Extreme [...]


Martha Deed is a poet and web.artist who lives on the Erie Canal in North Tonawanda in a house that causes writing to happen. Martha’s chapbook The Lost Shoe, and her tiny booklets Heat (flash fiction) and her 500 Favourite Words have previously been published by Her work has appeared on line and in [...]


David A. Colón teaches literature at Texas Christian University. He received his Ph.D. in English from Stanford University, where he wrote a dissertation on the transformation of the trope of the Chinese written character as a medium for poetry from Imagism to Concretism. His poems have appeared in DIAGRAM, Score, Latino Stuff Review, The Stanford [...]


Joe Balaz is a visual poet and artist. He is the editor of 13 Miles from Cleveland, an online magazine of literature and art. Balaz incorporates various forms of media into his visual works. He is always cognizant of form and content and he places an emphasis on diversity and strong underlined concepts within his [...]


In 1980 Kaz Maslanka received his BFA in Sculpture from Wichita State University where he also studied music, mathematics and physics. He has been involved in the arts for more than 35 years and been pioneering mathematical poetry since the early 1980’s. He has a strong international presence not only on his blog “Mathematical Poetry” [...]


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