Sound poetry

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Publications
  • Cinquième Saison, 16 numbers, ed. Henri Chopin, 1958-1963.
  • Revue Ou, 28 numbers, ed. Henri Chopin, 1964-1974; new ed., Alga Marghen, 2007, 4 CDs+book. Multimedia magazine of visual poetry and sound poetry. [1]
  • Kontextsound, ed. Michael Gibbs, Amsterdam: Kontexts Publications, 1977, 27 pp. Published on the occasion of tekst in geluid [Text in Sound] festival, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, April-May 1977. (English)
  • Steve McCaffery, bpNichol (eds.), Sound Poetry: A Catalogue, Toronto: Underwhich, 1978, 112 pp. For the Eleventh International Sound Poetry Festival in Toronto, Canada, October 1978. (English)
  • Henri Chopin, Poésie sonore internationale, intro. William Burroughs, Paris: J.-M. Place, 1979, 309 pp. (French)
  • Larry Wendt, Carol Law, "Sound Poetry: I. History of Electro-Acoustic Approaches; II. Connections to Advanced Electronic Technologies", Leonardo 18:1, MIT Press, Jan 1985, pp 11-23. [2]
  • Vincent Barras, Nicolas Zubrugg (eds.), Poésies sonores, Geneva: Contrechamps, 1992, 280 pp. (French)
  • Verbi Visi Voco: A Performance of Poetry, eds. Bob Cobbing and Bill Griffiths with Jennifer Pike, intro. Eric Mottram, London: Writers Forum, 1992, 310 pp. An anthology of visual and sound poetry. List of contributors. [3] (English)
  • Il suono e le parole: otto artisti europei sonori visuali, ed. Alfonso Malinconico, Naples: Marcus, 2006, 168 pp. Review: Colusso. [4] (Italian)
  • Visible Language 35(1): "Voicimage", ed. Enzo Minarelli, Jan 2001.
  • Brandon LaBelle, Christof Migone (eds.), Writing Aloud: The Sonics of Language, Los Angeles: Errant Bodies, 2001, 279 pp.
  • Tobias Wilke, "Da-da: “Articulatory Gestures” and the Emergence of Sound Poetry", MLN 128(3): "German Issue", Apr 2013, pp 639-668.
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See also

Concrete poetry, Women in concrete poetry, Sound art, Radio art.


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