I have synaesthesia, which means that I blend senses together. In my case it is colour and text, and sometimes sound and colour. My particular form is called grapheme synaesthesia. This is one reason why I enjoy playing around with text in smaller units than the word. Here are a few places where you can find my attempts at visual poetry & below the links, you will find recent work, which i post on my visual poetry blog.
latest visual poetry chapbook is "une semaine dans la vie de l'alphabet" published in Puddles of Sky Press' "Illiterature, Issue 3: a journal of minimalist poetry"
In 2012, my visual poetry was published in the Last Vispo Anthology by Fantagraphics.
Gary Barwin included a talk and interview with me about my visual poetry in his Jacket2 feature, Languageye.
if i could afford it, i would make a 24 x 36 inch poster to offer for sale; instead, here it is.
and here is a link to a better quality of the poster which you can download for free.
So Many Silenced, So Many Unnamed is a translation of specifically misogynistic passages of the Bible and early Christian writings. The Vispo Bible is a defiant feminist response to the Bible and its hate - misogyny, racism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia. The interpretation and enforcement of these texts can be directly linked to the ongoing bigotry and violence we are living in today.