visual poetry

Architecture's a verb

Renee Gladman’s Plans for Sentences explodes the poetics of ekphrasis.

Lyric shard as grief's material

Part archive, part elegy, Diana Khoi Nguyen’s debut collection of poetry, Ghost Of, presents the haunting portrait of a grieving family set against a backdrop of intergenerational trauma. Written four years after the poet’s brother took his own life, Nguyen’s poems register this loss as it is refracted through the story of her parents’ immigration to the US as refugees in the wake of the Vietnam War.

On Etel Adnan's 'The Arab Apocalypse'

Finnish vispo: Kokoomateos

Why Finland? Why visual poetry? Why Kokoomateos?

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