Skip to content

Fw: National Poetry Month

This year’s celebrates visual poetry from collage, asemic writing, comics, concrete, crotcheted poems, to found poems, poems based on imaginary quilting patterns and more. Poets from Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Hungary, and the USA. contributed to this year, reminding us that poetry transcends all boundaries, including geographic. I hope you enjoy this month’s tribute to what sometimes seems to me to be an unsung poetic form, the visual poem.

Throughout the month of April, will feature a visual poem a day by Eric Zboya, Camille Martin, Gil McElroy, Márton Koppány, Matthew Stolte, Reed Altemus, Satu Kaikkonen, mIEKAL aND, andrew topel, Bob Grumman, Helen Hajnoczky, Joel Lipman, Aileen Beno, Vern Frazer, Bill DiMichele, Chad Lietz, Anatol, Christine McNair, Gary Barwin, Pearl Pirie, John M. Bennett, Marcus McCann, Geof Huth, John C. Goodman, derek beaulieu, Megan Zucher, Sheila E. Murphy, Lily Robert-Foley, kevin mcpherson eckhoff, and Michèle Provost. Enjoy!

Related posts:

  1. After Poetry Month A full list of the reasons to be optimistic about poetry’s future at the Torontoist: A list of the Globe and Mail’s National Poetry Month is here. Poetry launch:...
  2. National Poetry Month I am thinking that instead of doing a new poem a day for NaPoWriMo that I’ll refuel. I’m about tapped for drafts. Time to let wellsprings refill the aquifer. I’ll...
  3. March is Small Press Month Jilly points out that March is Small Press Month, for the 13th year apparently. What better time than for the government to announce cutting funding to all magazines that have...

Categories: Uncategorized.

Comment Feed

No Responses (yet)

Some HTML is OK

or, reply to this post via trackback.