Thanks to Zachary Cosby, 13 spreads from my manuscript, JACQUES LIPCHITZ, is the first post to appear on Fog Machine in 2016!
Created entirely in the lo-fi of Microsoft Word, JACQUES LIPCHITZ
is a book-length visual expression of creative history. Inside you’ll find typographical recreations of the artist’s sculptural biography, and where appropriate, some of my story as well. Inside you’ll find.
Please click the pic for more!
Other selections from this effort: Damask Press, E-Verse Radio, On Barcelona, Otoliths, Switchback, Word For/Word, and at the Bridgette Mayer Gallery’s benefit for BalletX (2014).
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Tuesday, January 05, 2016
Editors’ Note | Letisia Cruz & Heather Lang: “So, while we’ll leave the music to the musicians and the science to the scientists,
we’ve paired Paul Siegell’s poem with Graham Francois visual
art to create an issue that at first glance reminds us of a page from
a children’s book.”
*WE’VE COME FOR YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE*
“All I can do is be me, whoever that is." —Bob DylanThat these, these aren’t even the things I care about the most.
It’s 1 a.m. and I am deleting the death of a poet. Sky burial 5.
What else would I be doing if I just didn’t show up for work?
I can see Orion taking aim. St. Sebastian scavenger hunt. On
a walk around the monument today: caged in scaffolding: all
its points of departure: Eve balancing an apple upon her head
while William Tell quarrels Cupid: It is a study in Rayonism.
It is a study in the sting our cash registers supply by opening.
by Paul Siegell at 10:00 AM