This week’s found poetry source comes from Project Gutenberg.
The actors at the YouTube channel Dead Parrot have taken to the very-small-screen to put comedy, acting and appropriation together for your enjoyment. YouTube comment threads are notoriously hysterical, nonsensical, brutal, dramatic and often just plain stupid. Add drama, British accents and serious actors, and you’ve got YouTube gold.
Please join us for a reading of found poetry at GRIN gallery in Providence, RI on Friday, February 21st from 7-9 pm.
Suddenly we find ourselves donning sunglasses at night…
“Poem Viewer is an experimental service offered by the Oxford e-Research Centre at the University of Oxford for the exploration and analysis of poetry through visualization.” If you don’t have a poem you want to upload, you can check out the visual diagrams of several famous poems for a new take on their familiar lines.
Remixing StoryCorps in honor of ten years of recorded interviews.
Found poetry is a great way to introduce children to poetry and to encourage them to see language differently. There are resources and lesson plans available for use in the classroom, and now there’s a children’s book to go along with them.
“Dylan Thomas 100” celebrates the poet’s life and work throughout 2014.
Looking inside ourselves, under the words on the page, outside our atmosphere and into a galaxy far far away…
Goldsmith’s work is characterized by challenges to the typical definitions of terms associated with writing and culture. And, spectacle is now among them.