I love to meet people.
- A Cowboys First Christmas.
- Poem of the week: Poem for Professor Frye by Nausheen Eusuf;
- Madness in International Relations: Psychology, Security, and the Global Governance of Mental Health (Interventions);
- The Typewriter Poet?
- About the Poets.
- A poem lovely as a typewriter.
- Typewriter Poems?
And I make a good enough living. Some pay only five or 10, which is fine. I asked if she had a repertoire of poems that she alters, twists and shoehorns to fit the topics people choose.
- You are here!
- The Billionaires Scandalous Marriage (Mills & Boon Modern)!
- Lesson From a Typewriter.
- Poem of the week: Typewriter by Matthew Francis.
- Billy OFlynn Where Have You Been?.
- Johnnys Angel Light.
My poems are all original content. Indeed, I tried to be generous and still believe the original poem I received from Shannon was a bargain.
And very impressive that you could write in such a busy environment. Nicely done.
Wildly Into the Dark: Typewriter Poems and the Rattlings of a Curious Mind
That's so going on my business card. Thanks for the dope rhymes. Travel within 25 miles of Ellicott City is included in Jeff's rates. Style: I write mostly in minimalist free-verse, occasionally mixing it up with other poetic styles.
Travel within 25 miles of Christiansburg is included in Mark's rates. Additional fee for travel outside the New River Valley.
We started at Virginia Tech in engineering courses and discovered we like words more than designing machinery. Nichol's other major collection of typewriter poetry was Still Water. The typewriter effects become even more minimal in this collection.
Typewriter Poetry | Ragtime Poetry Co.
Many of the poems consist only of a single word with slight typographical alterations. For example, the poem from Still Water depicted in the image on the left is simply consists of the letters "em ty. The reader is left to fill in the missing letter, which only reinforces the idea of emptiness which the word conveys.
Like all visual poetry, it requires the reader's participation in a "semantic space" which has not been fixd or directed by syntax. Nichol's ultimate typewriter poem is "The Complete Works," and reproduces an entire keyboard with the addition of a footnote which explains: "Any possible permutation of all listed elements," which would indeed encompass the "complete works.