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written, visual, and multimedia works by 48 artists

review by geof huth on dbqp: visualizing poetics

Richard Loranger’s Poems for Teeth is an artistic marvel. In addition to extraordinary poems, the book contains calligraphic representations of each poem prepared by the author and artist Eric Waldemar and musical scores and notations for songs within the poems. A diagram that charts the identity of each tooth appears at the outset, so that the book functions hypertextually as well. The volume, while lacking a CD-ROM, is nonetheless what poetry should be: a multimedia tour de force.

Poems for Teeth

Richard Loranger

The Idea of Switzerland

Fragments, Steven Taylor

Loma Prieta, Francisco X. Alarcón

Crossed Its/Across Sit, Chris Funkhouser

MOOAGE, Chris Funkhouser 

We 17 (hypertext version under reconstruction)

DIU:  Descriptions of an Imaginary Universe

We Magazine Issue 14 (CD)

We Magazine xv (cassette)

We Press / Electronic Poetry Center  


We 18 (VHS), 1993

Really Boomba, Tory Miller


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