“Canto IIVMM – Andrew Jackson and the Bank War” by Dark wall – visual poetry, asemic poetry. concrete poetry

Canto IIVMM = Andrew Jackson & the Bank War

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  1. cheryl
    Jul 01, 2013 @ 19:54:45

    Will you send work to the second edition of Visual Poetry in a Mail Art Town?

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  2. minkrancher
    Jul 02, 2013 @ 13:55:00

    I thought you’d never ask.

    I’ll go to your blog & try to figure out paper sizes & quantities. You know I always have trouble with that.

    I think you are absolutely right to be doing what you are doing with the books.

    Wow, I appreciate that friends have taken a look at my mangled vispo effort.

    It’s meant to be a vispo rendering of a section (that of course doesn’t exist) from Ezra Pound’s very long poem, “The Cantos.”

    Pound went on and on about American history in a way that is almost like conspiracy theory.

    I found that article about Pres. Andrew Jackson and the banks. Andrew Jackson tried to break up the monolithic banking structure that was emerging in the 19th century. He saw the danger. Obviously, it didn’t work. We have Bank of America.

    Again, thank you dear friends.

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  3. cheryl
    Jul 02, 2013 @ 14:51:49

    Its a good line up so far as indicated below.
    27 signed and numbered double sided pages A5 in size – thats 15cm wide X 21cm long – same as the other editions you sent for – thank you :-).
    Volume 2
    Visual Poetry of the World in a Mail Art Town

    1 Svenja Wahl –- Germany
    2 Anete Ulmane –- Latvia
    3 Tiziana Baracchi -– Italy
    4 Mabi Col/Adriana Antonielli – Italy
    5 Vitorre Baroni -– Italy
    6 David Stone –- USA
    7 Reid Wood -– USA
    8 R R ANON –- South Africa
    9 Serse Luigetti -– Italy
    10 C. Mehrl Bennett –- USA
    11 Fatima Queiroz – Brasil
    12 TICTAC –- Germany
    13 Guido Vermeulen – Belgium
    14 Jeanette Gilks -–South Africa
    15 John Bennett –- USA
    16 Eduardo Casardo -– Portugal
    17 Reed Altemus – USA

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  4. cheryl
    Jul 02, 2013 @ 14:54:24

    P.s. Most structures – whether they be language or physically based, seem to be failing. Its where the world is. One jolt at the precipice and who knows.

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