Beast (n): 1) A living being, an animal. 2) fig. Applied to things; also in colloq. phr. a beast of a…

These books are beasts. These beasts are books.

Join us for the Book Beats and Book as Visual Language exhibit and reception on Mason’s campus. You can then maybe see the stuff I’ve been doing while I have not been blogging (tweaking the manuscript and visual poetics take up a lot of time!). Works include: small books (accordions, perfect bound, sewn, glued, signatures, hidden books, pop-outs, etc), erasure, visual poems, installations and poem objects, constraint and procedural work, and a myriad of examples in between.

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