I want to start a conversation on typewriter poetry. I tried on IUOMA, but it kept asking me to sign in or sign up even though I was signed in.

I am co-curating an exhibit on typewriter poetry -- and wanted to learn more from those that might know much more than me.


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Craig Saper is co-curating an exhibit on type writer poetry. One thing we are talking about is how to explain to young kids what a type writer was and how it worked and how one made these poems -- not using a computer ...

If anyone knows any stories, ideas, history about folks like Cobbing, Chopin, Houdard, etc -- then let me know. Best regards, Craig

ps: or if you have produced type writer poems ... or collect them ...

Samples of Rea Nikonova's work in the 90-ies. It was part of the mail-interview I did with rea as part of the 80+ mail-interviews I did in the 90-ies.
What relation has typewriter poetry to Fluxus, I did not understand...


i have a typewriter somewhere,

i have made typewritten images in the past.

this may also be a form of visual poetry.

here is a computer text pce w/mail-art theme.

tell me more about yr exhibit, can i submit something?

carl baker.

project ended more then a year ago....




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