messaggio ai poeti / vediamo se riesco a spiegarmi

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“scrivere disegnando” (mostra in corso a ginevra): intervista al curatore, andrea bellini

https://www.exibart.com/arte-contemporanea/scrivere-disegnando-intervista-ad-andrea-bellini/amp/

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oltre la parola. mirella bentivoglio dalla collezione garrera: il catalogo della mostra (roma, mlac, ottobre 2019)

da gammm.org, post del 14 marzo 2020

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file hosted @ Internet Archive:
https://archive.org/details/mirella-bentivoglio-collez-garrera/mode/2up

download:
PDF or EPUB

Un grazie particolare ad Ada De Pirro per il consenso alla pubblicazione del file

 

kaldron, 15 (1982) on line @ archive.org

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free pdf: https://ia801400.us.archive.org/27/items/kaldron15–1982/kaldron%2015%20%281982%29.pdf

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karl young panel at louisville conference

 

Karl Young, who passed away September, 30, 2017, was a major poet, artist, and organizer, who, along with Karl Gartung and Ann Kingsbury, founded Woodland Pattern Book Center, a nonprofit organization in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood dedicated to poetry and its attendant arts. This panel covers Young’s work as a publisher, book artist, and founder of Light and Dust, one of the first online archives of Avant-garde poetry and an important predecessor to sites such as UbuWeb and the Electronic Poetry Center.

Karl Kempton, editor of Kaldron Magazine, the longest running magazine dedicated to visual poetry: “Karl [Young] proudly considered himself a supporter of the literature and arts of the fourth coast, the Great Lakes. As such he developed deep and lasting friendships in the region. He could telescope easily from local to regional to national and international in conversation, correspondence and in his articles and poetics.”

Charles Alexander, poet and director of CHAX Press, discusses Young and the creation of “books of experience,” which is defined and demonstrated. Tom Montag, poet and editor of MWPH Books, discusses Young’s relationship to Margins: A Review of Little Magazines and Small Press Books, the establishment of Young’s “Symposium Series” in the magazine, and its continuation after Margins’ demise. Jonny Lohr, poet and co-editor of Adjunct Press, discusses the utopian drive of Young’s publishing career, exploring the small press aesthetics from late-Mimeo Revolution to early-Web publications.

tocall, issue #7

 

ToCall No.7 – is a no special issue.

Features work by Clau De La Torre, Iris Colomb, Caroline Kha, Julia Nakotte, Gregory Betts, Arnold Frothingbadger McBay, Geof Huth, Giuseppe Calandriello, Marco Giovenale, Robin Tomens, Eric Zboya, SJ Fowler, Shawn McMurtagh, James Knight, Robert R. Thurman and Susann Connolly.

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The cover is a hand-carved linocut one-word poem.

Mimeo printed edition of 100 copies,
32 copies with an original printed linocut, numbered and signed.
https://pswgallery.tumblr.com/post/187845513616
10€/13€ (incl. postage)

otoliths #54 is now live

Issue fifty-four of Otoliths, the southern winter 2019 issue is now live.

It features Karl Kempton’s discourses 5 & 6, alongside text, visual, & work from Edward Kulemin, Tom Montag, Elaine Woo, DS Maolalaí, Lynn Strongin, Eric Hoffman, Irene Koronas, Doug Bolling, C.R.E. Wells, Owen Bullock, Daniel Y. Harris, Pete Spence, Sanjeev Sethi, Judith Roitman, Steve Dalachinsky, J. D. Nelson, Diane Keys, Rich Murphy, Norman Abjorensen, Kevin Tosca, Kyle Hemmings, John Greiner, Steve Kirby, Jim Leftwich, Pat Nolan, Scott Helmes, Thomas Fink, Heath Brougher, Michael Orr, Olchar Lindsann, Volodymyr Bilyk, Jim Meirose, Caleb Puckett, hiromi suzuki, Reuben Woolley, Mary Kasimor, Mark DeCarteret, Jonel Abellanosa, AG Davis, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, J. Crouse, Glenn Ingersoll, Daniel de Culla, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael J Leach, John Martone, Sophie Finlay & Matthew Hall, Sheila E. Murphy, John M. Bennett, Erik Fuhrer, Janna Grace, B. T. Joy, Drew B. David, Anne Gorrick, Márton Koppány, Ricky Garni, Thomas M. Cassidy, Rachel Cunniffe, David Baptiste Chirot, Linda M. Walker, Joel Chace, Joseph Buehler, Toby Fitch, Yoko Danno, Hugh Tribbey, Olivier Schopfer, Jeff Miller, Elmedic Kadric, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, M.J. Iuppa, Colin Stewart Jones, Brendan Slater, Natsuko Hirata, Joe Balaz, Hrishikesh Srinivas, Kellyn Elson, Robert Beveridge, Aidan Coleman, Javant Biarujia, Tony Beyer, Keith Higginbotham, Andrew Topel, Joseph Harrington, Clara B. Jones, Nick Nelson, Kristin Garth, Judith Skillman, Andrew Taylor, Jim George, Jeff Harrison, Jeff Bagato, Daniel f. Bradley, Texas Fontanella & Stuart Wheatley, Penelope Weiss, Dave Read, Keith Nunes, Anna Cates, Sacha Archer, Douglas Barbour, John Levy, Marilyn Stablein, M. C. Rush, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, gobscure, Tim Wright, Jen Schneider, William Repass, Ian Gibbins, Jill Jones, Marcia Arrieta, Gian Luigi Braggio, Holly Day, Mary Ellen Derwis, Tim Pilgrim, John McCluskey, Les Wicks, R. Keith, Michael Brandonisio, Tom Beckett, Bob Heman, Ella Skilbeck-Porter, John Pursch, Jesse Glass, Kristian Patruno, Martin Stannard, & Demosthenes Agrafiotis.

museo sociale danisinni (palermo): uno spazio dedicato alla poesia visiva, all’asemic writing e ai libri d’artista

La notizia è particolarmente felice, e mi trovo a condividerla volentieri qui, in forma di breve annotazione / notizia:

“Tre anni fa, a Palermo nell’antico rione Danisinni, segnato da anni di deprivazione sociale ed economica, è stato avviato un progetto di rigenerazione in chiave artistica che ha dato vita, tra le tante cose, al Museo Sociale Danisinni. Parte della collezione, che conta più di cento opere, sarà presentata presto al pubblico con una mostra e un catalogo online sul sito www.museosocialedanisinni.it. Sulla pagina fb è possibile trovare il link con alcune foto delle opere in allestimento. Grazie per l’aiuto che ci darete nel sostenere il nostro lavoro!”

https://www.facebook.com/MuseoSocialeDanisinni/

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(L’immagine è un’opera di Dona Mayoora, presente nella collezione permanente del museo)

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