[-empyre-] to all members: what is e-poetry to you?

xavier at confettis.org xavier at confettis.org
Fri Mar 6 20:57:26 EST 2009


hello,

I tried to answer that question on this site.
Living in France, I am limited to e-poetry in French.
This work is not finished, soon other interviews will be put online.
http://www.confettis.org/wordpress_2.5/
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Xavier
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> In relation to John's reply, perhaps it's the e- as if e-poetry were a
> priori electronic/electric (not to forget semaphore). So a delimitation is
> already in place. e- tends towards new media, however defined, and it
> might be well to consider e-poetry as writing-in-media, left open. I tend
> to think I work in poetics, not poetry, and something like "poetics of the
> other," rather than tied to, say, Aritotelian poetics or poetics of the
> epic, whatever. So that simultaneously a weight and freedom of language is
> implied, and language itself takes wings -
>
> Alan
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