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The Restraint of Meaning: Stevi-Lee Alver reviews the #concrete issue of 'Australian Poetry Journal'.

Australian Poetry Journal Volume 3. Issue 2 # concrete. Edited by Bronwyn Lea

The diversity of contributors and the perceptivity of criticism make this an approachable and compelling introduction to the form and history of concrete poetry. 779 more words

Australian Poetry

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twin reactions:


i try to flick the switch
(blind hope) but
this mind of mine don’t work like no bedroom lights… 73 more words


Something a little different

Some poems are truly meant to be seen; this is one of them.

Move A Little Closer

I          and             You


I try to moveclosertoyou… 104 more words


Time For Tea

in donated items
a tiered cake plate
one of
three Wedgewood ghosts
cleared out for a handful of dollars
ownership of time simply transformed… 27 more words

Creative Writing

announcing "water visions":  close writings, an exhibit at stuart's op

water visions: close writings

An exhibit of four books of concrete poetry:
still water by bpNichol (Talonbooks 1970)
distilled water by stuart pid (IZEN 1990) 94 more words

Vispo & Gif

On Language

A little while ago I came across an interview with Rosalee Goldberg, queen of performance art, she was talking about text and poetry, and the audience that witness both, “some love language in itself, and some the written word. 1,084 more words