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Infinity's Kitchen 4
Jazz Criticism Reconsidered
by Terry Kattleman, this is made from reviews of jazz albums, translated and re-translated among several languages, using online translation software.Read
This is a video poem by Norman Ball, along with some commentary about what it's like to make video poetry.Watch
Do You Know
A comic by Dina KelbermanLook
Musician Cameron Scorza has shared with us his latest audio mashup. The obscene vocals sound like a deranged John Wayne.Listen
Visual Poetry by Maximus
Hidden within these texts are the instructions for making perfumes, and for advancing through the ascending levels of the brain puzzle game that they describe.Look
In poetry, the author's meaning is only rarely the same meaning that the reader perceives. Embrace that. An essay by Satnrose.
Scot Ehrhardt's poem can be read backwards as one or two poems, or in a circular pattern, both clockwise and counterclockwise.
Written as though it were an entry in a dictionary or an encyclopedia, "Spiral" by Kyle Hemmings is a verbal improvisation around a theme that eventually spins in on itself.
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