Sunday, July 31, 2011

There is an interview with Márton Koppány up at 3AM Magazine.

“On the other hand, although there’s always a hole between two words, there’s always a third word which can fill that hole. I mean I’m not a true believer — in visual poetry either. Who knows, perhaps the only important paradigm shift within poetry has already happened between two lines of a forgotten sonnet…. And we may easily be talking at the very moment when ‘visual poetry,’ whatever the term has meant, is dissolving (once again) in conceptual art, minimalist poetry, graffiti, calligraphy and asemic writing because nobody needs the umbrella-notion any more. Or it is just changing completely.”


And read my review of Márton’s 2003 volume, Investigations & Other Sequences.

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