Ending net neutrality in the U.S. could be the end of Moving Poems

Websites like Moving Poems and Poetry Film Live are way out in the “long tail” of the internet — we’re nobody’s economic priority, and as the African proverb says, when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. To put it simply, this is an existential threat to the internet as we know it. 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

News roundup: Text(e) Image Beat exhibition, “Send and Receive” videos, Facebook video embedding and more

Text(e) Image Beat banner

The videopoetry exhibition Text(e) Image Beat, curated by Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas, is now showing at the Galerie Sans Nom in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Continue Reading

News roundup: 6 poetry film festivals still upcoming in 2014; Poetryfilmkanal; ZEBRA’s new channels

Reminders about upcoming festivals, and some very promising new web resources. Continue Reading