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The Stele of 14-Shull Min, from Izabal, Guatemala


The Stele of 14-Shull Min, from Izabal, Guatemala

When melissadawn (one of my co-conspirators at Ello) showed me a picture of N52 magnets I started digging through my image files, looking for today’s GLP comic. 133 more words

Vraicking

The Procession of Entropy


Autumn heralds the great holiday for jackalopes, the Procession of Entropy, which begins on October 15 and ends on the last day of the year. Jackalopes believe in a few gods despite being atheists, with a very small percentage who are Greek Orthodox. 107 more words

Vraicking

aleph null

http://vispo.com/aleph3/an.html?d=Jim%20Leftwich

http://vispo.com/aleph3/slideshow/info.htm

Aleph Null is a graphic synthesizer; just like an audio synthesizer uses sounds to synthesize other sounds, Aleph Null samples from graphics, mixing them together with dynamic opacity and global compositing operations.” –Jim Andrews… 113 more words

Zines & Authors

Collabs by Amy Irwen (Rosemount, Minnesota, USA) & David Stanley Aponte (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Collabs by Amy Irwen (Minnesota, USA) and David Stanley Aponte (Pennsylvania, USA)

I am thrilled to be able to share these scans of mail art collabs by Amy Irwen and David Stanley Aponte (aka Subreal Alchemy). 37 more words

Asemic

Two Collages [aglimpseof.com]

Two of my old visual poems were snatched up by a glimpse of  for their meandering Uncontrollable Issue 

What is it?

See my pieces here 30 more words

The Writing Practice

Readability, Noise & the Visual: An Interview with R. Keith

After having read a few titles by R. Keith, and having followed his work online and occasionally catching it in journals… I decided it would be a good idea to do an interview. 1,791 more words

Upcoming Book Project: An Empty Catacomb of Prayer

I will be working on a book of poems through the month of November, for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). While not exactly a novel, I am using the idea of NaNoWriMo to push myself to write, something I have been neglecting for far too long. 100 more words