David Chirot

Group for the works of David Chirot with links to publications, texts, etc.

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Who is Davis Chirot?

David Chirot born in Lafayette, Indiana, grew up mainly in Vermont. He has lived and worked in Gottingen, Germany; Arles and Paris, France; Wroclaw, Poland; Hastveda, Sweden (with Jazz Musican Don Cherry and family); Amsterdam; Boston and Milwaukee. David creates visual & sound poetry, scores, essays, poetry, stories, designs posters and book covers. His work has appeared in over 90 print & online journals in 30 countries. Recent work has been published, or is forthcoming in, The Mud Project, Jerome Rothenberg's Poets & Poetics, Tip of the Knife, Slova and the Argotist Otherstream Anthology. Contact artist.

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Comment by Ruud Janssen on March 4, 2015 at 7:31pm

Comment by Ruud Janssen on March 4, 2015 at 7:30pm

Comment by Ruud Janssen on March 4, 2015 at 7:29pm

message from David:

Today is my birthday!!
A new start in a new way
Happy to be here with all of you and hope all are well
I wrote two essay type pieces her to go with the images--both appear to have disappeared.
Obvopusly as someahvesuggested need to find lists, groups et to participate on as Dacebook no really designed for this--anyone know a goo discussion grouo--PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!__with many deepest thank dbc
These ISIS lumber crayons made this morning off a spanking brand new Spiderman lunchbox with a still unopened puzzle inside --found thrown in a huge snow bank--an unwanted Xmas present--
or a new top secret way for ISIS to recruit at the school level


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