Archivi tag: John Bennett

“utsanga” #30-31

lp by john m. bennett, “a flattened face fogs through”

John M. Bennett

A Flattened Face Fogs Through (Lp)

2 jim leftwich’s desemantized pieces in “lost and found times”, n. 39, nov. 1997, pp. 18-19

Jim Leftwich


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throne of wind / john m. bennett. 2020

“a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center” (jim leftwich)

Jim Leftwich: “Look through these linked sites and you will find​ the work of hundreds of writers and artists. […] a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center”.

textimagepoetry / flickr

lost and found times archives, ed. john m. bennett

the ohio state university avant writing collections
the journal of the institute for study & application, kohoutenberg​, edited by scott macleod​

otoliths archives, ed. mark young

xPress(ed) ebooks

xStream magazine


arrum press

gradient books


nonlinear poetry

self-similar writing


merisusi puolaksi (in Finnish)

codes-writing (not working because of lost server)

consonant clusters

open scores

blue lion books

ankkuri (Finnish experimental publishing)

medulla (vispo, only one book/issue published)

Marginal Arts Festival, Roanoke, 2012

images from the

Roanoke Marginal Arts Festival


two new ebooks @ differxhost: collab works by John Bennett, Matthew Stolte, C. Mehrl Bennett

John M. Bennett – Matthew Stolte_ 2waycollabS_ 2011


John M. Bennett – Matthew Stolte – C. Mehrl Bennett_ 3waycollabS_ 2011

2 new books by Luna Bisonte Prods


LUNA BISONTE PRODS is proud to announce 2 new publications:


By Jim Leftwich,  Márton Koppány

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Márton Koppány and Jim Leftwich’s Book of Numbers is a visual and
conceptual collaboration exploring a “vocabulary of correspondences”
between letters and numbers. The result is a sequence of words, letters,
numbers, patterns, lines, onions, leaves, cayenne peppers, and nails in
wood. It all makes sense, or makes several senses, and the pleasure is in
tracing those senses through the concepts and images they embody.

Book available at:
http://www.lulu. com/product/ paperback/ book-of-numbers/ 18645003

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*By John M Bennett*

John M. Bennett’s The Gnat’s Window shows the evolution of a new form
combining the textual, the oral, the visual, and even the artifactual, as
the pieces can be seen as windows, or televisions, or computer screens. The
poems can be read left-to-right as traditional texts, or up-and-down, or
in-and-out, or in any number of other configurations, and thus have
participatory and even performative dimensions within what at first glance
seems to be a closed form. They are “dreams’ doubled crust” indeed: shaped
and emotional, conceptual and somatic, sparklingly clear, and enigmatic.

Book available at:
http://www.lulu. com/product/ paperback/ the-gnats- window/18165060

Download at:
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little saturday exhibit for/from Jim & friends

all files from & “pansemic playhouse” project/series :

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