New content at Poetry Film Live and other websites

The second issue of Poetry Film Live is out, and new material has been appearing on other film/videopoetry-related sites associated with the ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival, Art Visuals & Poetry, Poetryfilmkanal, and VERSOGRAMAS. Continue Reading

New essay on poetry videos and the evolution of language at Ploughshares

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Ploughshares, one of the most prestigious American print literary magazines, has a new essay about poetry videos up on their blog, authored by one of their regular bloggers, Ruben Quesada, himself a competent maker of poetry videos. Continue Reading

Poetry Film Live unveils first issue, opens submissions

Please join me in welcoming and spreading the word about a new online magazine, Poetry Film Live. Unveiled on Friday, its first monthly issue “features poetry films from international poets and filmmakers,” names that should be familiar to most Moving Poems readers: Robert Peake, Marc Neys, Marie Craven, and Judith Dekker. There’s also an interview with Martin Rieser, which adds historical perspective and contributes some insights about poetry film I haven’t seen elsewhere. Continue Reading

Call for Contributions to Poetryfilm Magazine on Sound and Voice-over in Poetry Film

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Poetryfilm Magazine, the multilingual, digital and print publication from Poetryfilmkanal, has just issued a call for essay contributions to its next issue, which has the theme “Ton und Voice-over im Poetryfilm” (Sound and Voice-over in Poetry film). Continue Reading

The Washington Post sponsors ten poetry animations for National Poetry Month

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month, the Washington Post produced ten brief but innovative animations of portions of poems by contemporary U.S. poets. Continue Reading