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The Indianapolis Review

Enormously pleased to have six of my found poems (and recordings) included in the all-visual edition of The Indianapolis Review.

If you’re interested in the range of visual poetry, browse through the issue by clicking Next Page at the bottom of each image.

first of five

found, posted

Tucked!

It’s the dream that accompanies every submission: click Send at night and find your acceptance waiting when you get up in the morning. Thanks to Tuck Magazine for responding in the affirmative, with alacrity!

live!

Otoliths

Hugely pleased to have seven of my found poems included in issue forty-two of Otoliths. It’s a particular honor to be included with artists/writers whose work I’ve admired and respected for so long, including Richard Kostelanetz, Karl Kempton and John M. Bennett.

do you Truck?

Truck

According to his brief resume, “John M. Bennett has published over 300 books and chapbooks of poetry and other materials.” He has been a major presence in the world of mailart and visual poetry for decades. I am honored that he has included four of my found poems in his visual poetry blog, Truck. Go. See. Leave a comment. Start Trucking.

P.S. If you’re in Seattle this evening, stop by Elliott Bay Book Company, where I’ll be reading along with other contributors to the current issue of Raven Chronicles.

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