visual poetry

Episode 92, Season 7 Opener with Paul Hawkins of Hesterglock Press

https://hesterglock.net/ https://www.instagram.com/hesterglock/ Paul Hawkins Each What Studio Recorded on August 2, 2022 Paul and I discuss his background as poet, publisher, visual artist, member of bands, protestor, squatter, refuse collector, office worker, builder, labourer, recovering drug addict, person with borderline personality disorder, survivor and how these different experiences molded him and Hesterglock Press. https://hesterglock.net/Sarer-ScotthorneI ask…

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Episode 91: Knife Fork Book

Recorded on Thursday, June 23, 2022 In this episode of our ongoing series of talks with publishers of small presses, I speak with Kirby of Knife Fork Book about their poetic origins, both the press and the bookstore in Toronto, their publications and plans, including the inaugural FERTILE 2022, a festival of new and inventive…

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Episode 89 – The Blasted Tree

recorded on Thursday, April 21 http://www.theblastedtree.com/ https://theblastedtree.bandcamp.com/ I speak with Kyle Flemmer of the Blasted Tree about the inspiration for the press, its beginnings in 2014, how it works, who he has published, and what’s in store for the future. We talked about falling in love with chapbooks. I suggest Kyle could be a superhero…

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Episode 88: Timglaset Editions

Recorded on Monday, March 28, 2022. https://www.timglaset.com/ I spoke to Joakim Norling, the publisher of Timglaset Editions of Sweden. We learn about the evolution of the press from its beginnings as a fanzine to a publisher of books and other visual poetry publications from broadsides to chapbooks. Joakim discusses the relationship between his early love…

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Episode 83: Kristine Snodgrass

The Small Machine Talks Episode 83 – Kristine Snodgrass, WAAVe Gallery Recorded on December 22 , 2021 Kristine Snodgrass: https://www.kristinesnodgrass.com/ Hysterical Books: https://www.hystericalbooks.com/product-page/waave-global-gallery Anhinga Press: http://www.anhingapress.org/ We discuss the recently published Women Asemic Artists and Visual Poets (WAAVe) Global Gallery anthology published by Hysterical Books in 2021. We start with finding out more about Kristine….

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Episode 76 – Rasiqra Revulva

Rasiqra Revulva is a queer femme writer, multimedia artist, editor, musician, performer and SciComm advocate. She is an editor of the climate crisis anthology Watch Your Head: A Call to Action, and one half of the experimental electronic duo The Databats (Slice Records, Melbourne; Toronto). She has published two chapbooks of glitch-illustrated poetry: Cephalopography (words(on)pages press, 2016) and If You…

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Episode 67: Gary Barwin

The Small Machine Talks Interviews Gary Barwin Episode 66 Recorded on October 15, 2020 http://serifofnottingham.blogspot.com/ Latest visual poetry book: Ampers&thropocene (Penteract Press) https://penteractpress.com/store/ampersampthropocene-gary-barwin Gary’s interview on the Penteract Press podcast https://penteractpress.com/p-p-p/2020/8/26/episode-14-gary-barwin-ampersampthropocene-launch We have a fascinating and inspiring conversation about visual poetry, language and text, its interaction with the world. We discuss his videos, process, the…

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Episode 63 – Interview with Dani Spinosa

The Small Machine Talks – Episode 63 Amanda Earl interviews Dani Spinosa Recorded on July 29, 2020 via Zoom Dani Spinosa is a poet of digital and print media, an on-again-off-again precarious professor, the managing editor of Electronic Literature Directory, a co-founding editor of Gap Riot Press, and the author of Anarchists in the Academy:…

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Episode 46 – 4th Season Opener

The Small Machine Talks with a.m. kozak and Amanda Earl Episode 46, Season 4 Opener Recorded at Occo’s Kitchen and Bar on July 30, 2019 Season 3 Highlights and Season 4 & Beyond Plans Overview of Season 3 12 episodes most played – 38 – Bad Nudes with Thomas Molander and Fawn Parker with 153…

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Episode 42 – Visual Poetry Part 2

The Small Machine Talks Episode 42 – Visual Poetr…

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