Title of Example Petro
Link:
http://issuu.com/avantexte/docs/the-bleed-year-one/43
Group Members: Jess Sheehan, Alex Lysick, Andrew Gene Love, Justin Adams


Overview



Publication info:

The Bleed, New Visual Writing Magazine August 4, 2011

Media format:

Digital Magazine

Genre:

Visual Poetry

Audience:

Experimental poetry fans

MS Keyword:

Visual poem in the shape of an hour glass. Unconventional use of characters, bloding and capitalization.

Descriptive/Analytical

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Medium:

This is a visual poetry blog that showcases recent experimental works of emerging poets. The one we choose to look at uses unconventional characters, bolding and capitalization to draw your eyes in. It makes you wonder about the use of capitalization. The blog is interactive, it is convenient because you can save images or particular favorites onto your computer without the need to rip out a page. It is a very mindful use of space and it is visually appealing.

Genre:

Stream of conciousness concrete poetry

Audience:

Some may find the unconventional use of bolding and capitalization annoying or distracting. The poem is not shaped in a conventional structure, it defies the conventional feel of poetry and some may be upset over this. Anyone that enjoys visual stimulation will have a good time looking at this poem.

Evaluation