Stamp Zine is an assembling magazine focusing on rubber stamp images. Contributors create 20 pages, and the total are compiled into individual issues. Stamp Zinessue #37 was recently issued, and I’m pleased to be included with the page shown above in front and back views. The other pages in the issue are pictured below.
Issue sixty, the southern summer, 2021, issue of Otoliths is now live! According to editor Mark Young, this one marks fifteen years of the journal and “it maintains the eclectic & exciting mix of visuals & text that has graced it since its beginning.” Indeed, Otoliths seems to be something of the journal of record for the current incarnation of the international avant garde. Issue 60 is overloaded with contributions from over 100 artists, with many familiar to observers of the scene.
I’m pleased to be represented with ten examples of my “trash vispo” series, pieces composed of junk sent to me by my friend David Craig when he was living in Herndon, VA. Yes, he actually sent me the old latex glove and the plastic wrap from a toilet paper package. You can view the pieces here.
Online “journal of new writing” Word for/Word is a great source for experimental text and visual work covering a wide range of styles and modes from contributors across the international avant garde. Wf/W issue #36 was just released for Winter 2021, to get the year off to a good start. I’m very pleased to be represented with five vispo works from my Xtro Diary series. These feature tape samplings and asemic calligraphy. You can check them out here.
Assembling magazine StampZine #36 was completed in December, using contributions from different artists from around the world. Each artist sends 20 pages, which are collated (or assembled) into the completed magazine, which is mailed to each contributor. The pages in this issue are shown below, including my work.
A brand new issue of Italian avant garde lit journal Utsanga was just published, this one is issue #26. Once again, it’s a huge compendium of cutting edge work from Italy and around the world. I’m pleased to be included once again with ten more visual poems I composed with flotsam and jetsam (aka, street trash) sent to me by my friend David Craig, with a few choice items I rounded up myself. You can check them out here.
Otoliths #59 was just released on November 1; this is the Southern Spring 2020 issue. Bigger and better than ever, this one is huge, loaded with more text, vispo, asemics, etc than I’ve seen yet.
I’m pleased to be part of this massive offering of avant garde manifestations with ten pieces of “Trash Vispo,” works composed of various bits of junk mailed to me over several decades by my friend David Craig. After holding this stuff for a long time, I finally figured out a good use for it! You can check it out here.
Utsanga #25 was just released today. This Italy-based experimental literary journal is overloaded with great work from across the international avant garde. Vispo, asemic works, video, sound poems, textual pieces…it’s all represented, and everything inspires. Just click the link to start browsing the contents.
I’m very pleased to be included with ten new works of visual poetry. I call this series “Trash Vispo” because it’s composed from random junk my friend David Craig picked up from the street and mailed to me from various places where he was living (Herndon, VA and Portland, OR) over the course of many years. Each manilla envelope was a time capsule gold mine of provocative flotsam that demanded to be arranged and preserved in time. You can check out my work here.
X-Peri is an online blog dedicated to “high experimentalism”, which means this is always a challenging and fun read. I’m very pleased to be represented again with two text pieces, “Mermaid Gold” and “Plenty Magic,” plus an abstract glitch video still. The texts are part of a series of experiments involving an attempt to recreate the language of AI computers, these specifically using a vocabulary limited to American magical thinking. You can check them out here.
Otoliths #58 (Southern Winter 2020) was just released today, as usual packed with “wide ranging-array of wide-ranging material” (according to editor Mark Young)–all in an avant garde vein. Vispo, video, text, etc–essential viewing as quarantines continue through the fall.
I’m pleased to be represented with two “magic gravy” poems: “Gravy Binge” and “Rainbow Kettle.” These pieces are extension of my AI language experiments using a vocabulary restricted to the highlights of American magical thinking. You can read the full texts here. There are also ten pieces of vispo with asemic calligraphy, continuing a selection of entries from a scientific diary of an extraterrestrial colony world. These can be found here.
Issue 24 of Italian avant lit journal Utsanga was released yesterday, packed with great cutting edge works of asemic writing, text poems, vispo, videos, installation documentation, essays on poetics, and more. New stuff from Martina Stella, Francesco Aprile, John Bennett (many collaborations), Méryl Marchetti, Nico Vassilakis, Kiyomitsu Saito . . . So much good stuff it’s impossible to mention it al! Just go to their site and browse around!
I’m pleased to be included with ten visual poems from a series comprising a kind of diary from an extraterrestrial colony world, made with tape sampled imagery and asemic calligraphy. You can check them out here.