PoetryXCollage Volume Four

by Kolaj Institute and Kasini House

PoetryXCollage is a printed journal of artwork and writing which operates at the intersection of poetry and collage. We are interested in found poetry, blackout poetry, collage poems, haikus, centos, response collages, response poems, word scrambles, concrete poetry, scatter collage poems, and other poems and artwork that inhabit this world.

Each issue presents six movements of work by artists and curators. Page spreads are meant to be free zones of thinking where the contributor has chosen all elements of the layout: font, image place, composition, etc.

A Lost Love by Jessa Dupuis
each 7”x5”; vintage found images on paper and found image poems; 2022. Courtesy of the artist.

Initial volumes are being produced by participants in Kolaj Institute’s Poetry & Collage Residency in March 2022 and April 2022 under the direction of Christopher Kurts with support from Ric Kasini Kadour and Christopher Byrne. Learn more about Kolaj Institute’s Poetry & Collage Project.

PoetryXCollage Volume Four features work by Jessa Dupuis (Cobble Hill, BC, Canada), John Rigney (Buffalo, NY, USA), Kait O’Brien (Albuquerque, NM, USA), sadé powell (Staten Island, NY, USA), Yoomee Ko (New York, NY, USA), and Collaborations by Kerrie More, Jessa Dupuis, Julie Byers, Carolina Martins, and Kait O’Brien. On the cover is a detail of Body, a collaboration by Julie Byers, Kerrie More, and Carolina Martins.

by Kolaj Institute and Kasini House
54 pages; 9″x6″
ISSN 2816-9298
$15 USD / $19 CAD
Published by Kolaj Institute & Kasini House; 2023

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