Visual Poetry


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. 


Drunken Boat Issue 10
Synaesthesian Alphabet, by Amanda Earl
Amanda Earl at otherclutter.com
Red, by Amanda Earl at unlikelystories.org