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An Anthology Of Concrete Poetry (in braille)

An Anthology of Concrete Poetry was first edited and published by Emmett Williams and Something Else Press in 1967. In 2013, artist Rachel Simkover chose a selection of poems from the anthology to have transcribed into braille. Available from Motto Books.

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6-year-old injured in shoot-out that started at basketball courts

RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) — It was just before 4:30 pm Thursday afternoon, when Richmond Police responded to Redd and Coalter Streets in Mosby Court.

“When they (police) arrived, they found two individuals suffering from non-life threatening gunshot wounds,” Richmond Police Captain Emmett Williams said. 222 more words


Richmond murder a challenge for investigators

Richmond, Va. (WTVR)—A day of violence and gunfire in Richmond on Monday, with five separate shootings, left one dead and now police face challenges in arresting the potential killer. 329 more words



Fluxus” by from France.

I am not really sure if “E” is referring to the Fluxus art movement of the 60s but there is a wonderful quote from the Fluxus artist Emmett Williams that I’d like to share with you: 25 more words

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tuesdays with...

Welcome everyone! I am so excited to start this “Tuesdays with…” interview series, I hope you enjoy!

Today, I will be talking with Emmett Williams… 972 more words


Back to the Futurism – What’s new in Poetryland: Flarf, Conceptual Writing, and Concrete Poetry

We cross the border into Poetryland. At the crossing the guards confiscate our miner’s helmet and swim fins, and ask the purpose of our visit. 184 more words