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Interview with a rawlings

Can you tell me about the biography of Echolology, the forthcoming book “The Great Canadian” is from? What is this project and where is it going?

Many of your projects have these iterant incarnations in life and in print. How do the publications and performances speak to each other or inform each other? What poetic properties do these various media offer your work?  

Poetry is a performance, but that doesn’t always make its way into criticism. 

What does collaboration bring to your poetic praxis? 

What’s it like to place your poetry in the hands and minds of your collaborators? How do you keep track of the project as it spirals out into other projects and other hands? 

What do you think the digital realm has to offer contemporary poetry? . 

You’ve been writing digital poetry for a very long time. LOGYoLOGY is one of the first digital poems I had ever encountered. And it’s no longer in circulation. You’ve been making digital poetry for over a decade now from LOGYoLOGY to Gibber. How has your experimentation with poetry changed as the Internet and digital technologies have evolved over the years? 

[LOGYoLOGY was a series of interlinked texts navigated through hypermedia in which poems titled after words that end with -logy intersected and wove in and out of each other onscreen] 

What are you dreaming about lately?  

20 October 2013
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