miekal and is the author of such forgotten underground visual-verbal classics as "BABBALLY: The Destruction of Mindfuck Diplomacy" (1990, Burning Press, Cleveland), "No Moon, Dante" (1987, Xexoxial Editions, Madison, WI) & many other titles distributed by Xexoxial. •Literature Nation, a collaborative hypertext with Maria Damon is currently travelling in the show "Contact Zones: The art of the CD-Rom". •Thirty Samples for Orchestra, an interactive audio toy is soon to appear on the new cd-rom from Leonardo Music Journal. Future works are increasingly focused toward strategies for international online collaborations which use visual/verbal vocabularies to replace English as the means of exchange. And divides his time between raising his son, being glued to the computer & growing epic wilderness at Dreamtime Village, a hypermedia permaculture community in southwestern Wisconsin.
Millenium Lyric, like much of the work I'm doing now, is quite 'interactive'. In fact with this piece there isn't anything at all unless you click it into and out of being. Creating works that others create interests me. It is doubly fun in that I make them and then I make them. The first making is probably more fun and challenging than the second. And we accept that when we visit these sorts of works. But it is different, the second, because there is a kind of making together in it. In a different way than a written poem, although that is a making together too if anything at all. I call these pieces animisms, which I think of as kinetic poetry with soul.
And this piece is for Mary Knox who has a thing for circles and who showed me all about them. Happy Valentine's day, all, may you make or be made (or both), such as is your pleasure and passion.
tom bell has been writing poetry for most of his life. He has had poetry and criticism in several print journals as well as in web publications, For the past two years he has concentrated on animated visual poetry for print as well as web publication. He is also a psychologist in private practice near Nashville, TN.
drs. Patrick Henri Burgaud, 02 / 03 / 1947, Linguist / visual Poet
P.H.M. Burgaud, born in France, lives in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Dutch nationality. Graduate in French linguistics and litterature University Nijmegen 1980 ArtSchool Arnhem 1992 from 1980 until 1990 teacher French at the Teachers High School Gelderland from 1990 to 1992 teacher French at the Business High School docent Frans Rotterdam From july 1992 only working on: sound, visual, monumental and multimedia poetry.
Martha Cinader (Poet) is the creator of Po'azz Yo'azz, a repertoire of poems and stories set to music, an expression of irrepressible urges of the soul, a moment spun of sylbligato, voweltissimo, verbitato and leibe fortissimo.
Martha has a background in storytelling, theater and jazz. Her "Dreamscape" theater production marked the beginning of her collaboration with Sabine Worthmann at the Edinburgh Festival in 1995, and garnered some rave reviews. A chapbook of the historical stories and poetry from the show was published in 1996 by 10th Avenue Editions. Martha's most recent book is When the Body Calls, on Harlem River Press. Her most recent play is Mission of Love, a multi-media tele-play written in iambic pentameter. She is the editor and publisher of PlanetAUTHORity.com.
Duc Thuan is a biology student at San Jose State University. 24 years of age. He is also a Vietnamese writer and poet. His collection of short stories entitled "A Crazy Man in the City" was published in Vietnam. Finding himself interested in experimetal e-poetry, he has created some visual and kinetic poems that he feels are a new way to express arts and poetry in our time and, especially, modern Vietnamese poetry.
Poet LOSS PEQUEñO GLAZIER is Director of the Electronic Poetry Center (http://epc.buffalo.edu), Professor, and Webmaster, College of Arts & Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo. The Electronic Poetry Center (EPC) has been listed in the PMLA, twice selected as the Chronicle of Higher Education's Internet site for the day, hailed in Publisher's Weekly as the "mother of all poetry webs," reviewed in Postmodern Culture 8, no. 1 (1997), and called "the first, and in many ways still the best, serious poetry site" in American Book Review 19, no. 3 (March-April 1998). As Director of the EPC, Glazier has worked to develop web content, making substantial poetry resources available online, and to engage the emerging multimedia environment of the Internet.
Jack Kimball edits The East Village, http://www.theeastvillage.com, from his dual bases in Japan and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
David Knoebel perpetrated this project. His other projects involve poetry, in two dimensions and up, for the web, video, and billboards. He is an avid thumb twiddler.
Founder of the award winning hypertext poetry site The Astrophysicist's Tango Partner Speaks and the internet literary magazine Riding the Meridian (http://www.heelstone.com/meridian/), much of Jennifer Ley's newest literary work is in the field of hypertext. Examples can be found on the web at the trAce anthology: My Millennium, in Cauldron and Net, in the upcoming issue of frAme, and in past issues of The Animist, Snakeskin and Conspire. Her newest work, the Body Politic, was shown at Digital Arts and Culture '99, sponsored by Georgia Tech and the University of Bergen - Norway. Part of The EPC Digital Media Festival 2000, she will be presenting her work this spring at the prestigious Wednesdays at 4 series at SUNY-Buffalo.
A 1998 Pushcart nominee, some of the literary magazines and anthologies that have published Ms. Ley's poetry include: Agnieszka’s Dowry, Terrain, Salt River Review, Will Work for Peace, Octavo, 2River View, Recursive Angel, Silhouettes in the Electric Sky, and Wise Woman's Web, among many others. Her work is anthologized on the net at Poetry Cafe and in print in "Athens Avenue - A Collection of Poetry".
Bill Marsh is co-director of Sunbrella Network, an internet-based multimedia display and performance space devoted to a range of concerns, especially multiple-media art, streaming video and audio, and learning resources for writing, digital arts and instructional design students. Bill also edits PaperBrainPress. For more on Sunbrella and the press, visit: http://www.sunbrella.net
was born 1954 in Antwerpen, Belgium. He studied art, art history and philosophy at the University of Mainz, Germany in the 70's. His web works, international collaborations and web art projects date from 1996. His web work appeared in several exhibitions/publications since 1997. Most recently in The East Village Poetry Web (Journal of Art and Poetry by Jack Kimball), Volume Five, Japan, February 1999; POTEPOETTEXTEIGHTEE, electronic magazine, published by Potes & Poets Press and edited by Peter Ganick, NewYork, 1999; The Little Magazine CD 22 Gravitational Intrigue (an anthology of emergent hypermedia) University of Albany, NY, 1999; Dietsche Warande Belfort 4.99, NL/B and Aix Art Contemporaine Web en Provence,1999; Amour et Conscience, art show in Paris, 1999; AJAC 25th Art Exhibition, Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, 1999; NOW Festival Nottingham, GB, 1999. Dietsche Warande & Belfort, Elektronische Literatuur, 4.99; His Weak Blood international project attracted 76 participating artists from around the world April-June, 1999.
Dan Waber spends an absurd amount of time trying to get words to do the simple things he asks of them. His past efforts have appeared online in The Astrophysicist's Tango Partner Speaks, Recursive Angel, and Vispo. He can also be found from time to time on the Undernet's #poetry channel, hiding behind the nick [brick].
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