“Two Plants from Above” in Rampike 23.2, “[repeat]er Manifesto” online in (parenthetical) 4

Howdy all,

This has been a long time coming and the issue has already been out for a while, but I figured I’d announce here that one of my visual/concrete pieces, “Two Plants from Above,” appears in the most recent issue of Rampike! Rampike is an incredible magazine, largely because it is one of the few publications that has consistently featured visual and conceptual text-based work. Though I have in fact yet to see the issue in person (a travesty, I know), I’ve been told that my letters look good gracing its pages, so you should check it out! Among other places, you can find Rampike at the Meet the Presses Indie Literary Market tomorrow (Saturday Nov. 22) from 11:30 to 5:00pm at the Tranzac Club near Brunswick and Bloor. Of course, there will also be a huge variety of other indie publishers at the fair with an equally huge variety of excellent books and other projects; it’s definitely a must-see! You can check out the fair’s facebook page here.

In addition, as I posted a few days ago, my piece titled “[repeat]er Manifesto” is now live in (parenthetical) issue four, which you can read online here. Will Kemp and Nicole Brewer, (parenthetical)’s most excellent publishers and editors, will also be at the Indie Literary Market with print copies of the magazine (they look amazing!) and other books from words(on)pages, so you should pay them a visit too.

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