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Puget SOUND Poetry

March 14, 2012
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Puget Sound Poetry

Nico Vassilakis is curating a night of Puget Sound Poetry, Friday, March 23, 2012 7-9P at Vermillion, 1508 11th Av, as a prelude to the Cascadia Poetry Festival.

Including:

Cristin Miller
Molly Mac Fedyk
Ezra Mark
Crag Hill
Nico Vassilakis
Joe Milutis

Four Hoarse Men:
Greg Bem, Jason Conger, Paul Nelson, Jeanine Walker

(Four Hoarse Men photos here. Video here. Code: Hoarse.)
Interrupture:
Doug Nufer, Bryant Mason, Curtis Bonney, Kreg Hasegawa

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Sound poetry is a primarily early 20th century invention merging new typographic potentials with performative oral expression in the form of poetic phonemes and letter sounds. This ultimately gave way to the creation of visual and concrete poetry. The evening will promote both historical scores as well as exploring new possibilities. This event intends to support and present sound poetry from current practitioners living in the northwest.

1 Comment

  1. Greg Bem

    Looking forward to participating in this one.

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