A discrete waypoint in our understanding of what the book might become, where it is (no longer) bound. Featuring poets and artists whose work concerns the past and future of literary forms, including recipients of the Envisioning the Future of the Book commission from the Center for Book & Paper Arts at Columbia College. Interventions may include artists’ books, works between page and screen, poems made from Google Books marginalia, and Orlando re-written by the vibrations of an oak tree.
Posts tagged cento
Finding poetry in the Thames: Artist Krissy Wilson talks to Zoë Large about how mudlarking has inspired her to create public mosaic poems, and her explorations of London’s murky river foreshore →
Check out one of my forthcoming projects and follow Detritus: Poems from the Thames Foreshore! —Krissy
Torn page constructs a new poem title: “The Dangerous Shoes.”
From Simple Truths in Verse for the Amusement and Instruction of Children at an Early Age by Mrs. Mary Belson Elliott (1816). Original from Harvard University. Digitized April 8, 2008.