forms of life are germinating in the vast, rusty metal racks of
the ruined city.
William S. Burroughs
sections of verdure
Streaming .mp3 broadcasts of poetry readings from Buffalo and
Periodically changing photos from the Buffalo area
Remaining print copies of our early issues [1-6] available for purchase
Contact the editors or review the current call for submissions
|POETICS & MISC.
traces in the distant snow
A talks series co-organized by Kristen Gallagher & Tim Shaner
Amazing chapbook press operated by
Poetry & political arts printed by Christopher W. Alexander
& Matthias Regan
Michael Kelleher's series of artist-poet collaborations
Independent film & video center in downtown Buffalo
New fonts and font packages
Craig Reynolds' independent gallery and its off-site sound/media
sites related by direct affiliation or practical interest
H. KERR PRESS
Publishers of Chicago Surrealism, popular history and "anti-establishment
literature since 1886"
Toronto-based press for Canadian experimental poetry and fiction
Chicago-based press cranking some incredible poetry - tricky stuff
Brian Kim Stefans' site for new media poetry and poetics
Amy Goodman's indispensible radio/TV news program
Think about it
resources for experimental writing
The Electronic Poetry Center is an important
site for information on postwar experimental
poetry from the 'States. Perhaps the oldest poetry web online, the
EPC is maintained by Loss Glazier with the assistance of volunteers
from UB's Poetics Program.
Kenny Goldsmith's UBUWEB is an invaluable
resource for alternative poetries, as well as a site of ongoing
experimentation with new electronic distribution media. To know
it is to live it.
Directed by Steve McCaffery, The North American Centre for Interdisciplinary
Poetics is a web-based forum for experimental interdisciplinary
work art and writing.
Flux your muscles.
SPORADICALLY-PUBLISHED "MAGAZINE" OF POETRY AND POETICS
Christopher W. Alexander and Linda Russo, eds.
View inside the Cargill
grain elevator, one of seven or eight such sites
- relics of a massive environmental engineering project to move grain
from Canada and the midwestern US down the east coast.
A slightly more whimsical
take: the logo off the old folding chairs used
at the coop credit union - "Buffalo Party Chairs." The city
is chock full
of buffalo and bison references.
Truck spotted just after leaving the U.S., headed for Toronto.
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