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John M. Bennett ha publicado más de 300 libros y plaquetas de poesía y otras materias. Entre los más recientes figuran rOlling COMBers (Potes & Poets Press), MAILER LEAVES HAM (Pantograph Press), LOOSE WATCH (Invisible Press), CHAC PROSTIBULARIO (con Ivan Arguelles; Pavement Saw Press), HISTORIETAS ALFABETICAS (Luna Bisonte Prods), PUBLIC CUBE (Luna Bisonte Prods), THE PEEL (Anabasis Press), GLUE (xPress(ed)), LAP GUN CUT (con F. A. Nettelbeck; Luna Bisonte Prods), INSTRUCTION BOOK (Luna Bisonte Prods), la M al (Blue Lion Books), CANTAR DEL HUFF (Luna Bisonte Prods), SOUND DIRT (con Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), BACKWORDS (Blue Lion Books), NOS (Redfox Press), D RAIN B LOOM (con Scott Helmes; xPress(ed)), CHANGDENTS (Offerta Speciale), L ENTES (Blue Lion Books), SPITTING DDREAMS (Blue Lion Books), ONDA (con Tom Cassidy; Luna Bisonte Prods), 30 DIALOGOS SONOROS (con Martín Gubbins; Luna Bisonte Prods), BANGING THE STONE (con Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), FASTER NIH (Luna Bisonte Prods), y RREVES (trad. por Philippe Billé; Editions du Silence). Ha publicado, exhibido y performado su arte de palabras por todo el mundo en miles de publicaciones y lugares. Fue editor de LOST AND FOUND TIMES (1975-2005), y es Curador de la Colección de Escritura Avant en la Biblioteca de La Universidad Estatal de Ohio (EE.UU.). Richard Kostelanetz lo ha


descrito como “el poeta seminal americano de mi generación”. Su trabajo, publicaciones, y documentos se encuentran en numerosas instituciones mayores, como Washington University (St. Louis), SUNY Buffalo, The Ohio State University, The Museum of Modern Art, entre otras. Su doctorado (UCLA 1970) fue sobre literaturas latinoamericanas. Ars Poética: “Be Blank”

John M. Bennett LUNA BISONTE PRODS 137 Leland Ave. Columbus, OH 43214 USA

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John M. Bennett has published over 300 books and chapbooks of poetry and other materials. Among the most recent are rOlling COMBers (Potes & Poets Press), MAILER LEAVES HAM (Pantograph Press), LOOSE WATCH (Invisible Press), CHAC PROSTIBULARIO (with Ivan Arguelles; Pavement Saw Press), HISTORIETAS ALFABETICAS (Luna Bisonte Prods), PUBLIC CUBE (Luna Bisonte Prods), THE PEEL (Anabasis Press), GLUE (xPress(ed)), LAP GUN CUT (with F. A. Nettelbeck; Luna Bisonte Prods), INSTRUCTION BOOK (Luna Bisonte Prods), la M al (Blue Lion Books), CANTAR DEL HUFF (Luna Bisonte Prods), SOUND DIRT (with Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), BACKWORDS (Blue Lion Books), NOS (Redfox Press), D RAIN B LOOM (with Scott Helmes; xPress(ed)), CHANGDENTS (Offerta Speciale), L ENTES (Blue Lion Books), NOS (Redfoxpress), SPITTING DDREAMS (Blue Lion Books), ONDA (with Tom Cassidy; Luna Bisonte Prods), 30 DIALOGOS SONOROS (with Martín Gubbins; Luna Bisonte Prods), BANGING THE STONE (WITH Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), FASTER NIH (Luna Bisonte Prods), and RREVES (trans. by Philippe Billé; Editions du Silence). He has published, exhibited and performed his word art worldwide in thousands of publications and venues. He was editor and publisher of LOST AND FOUND TIMES (1975-2005), and is Curator of the Avant Writing Collection at The Ohio State University Libraries. Richard


Kostelanetz has called him “the seminal American poet of my generation”. His work, publications, and papers are collected in several major institutions, including Washington University (St. Louis), SUNY Buffalo, The Ohio State University, The Museum of Modern Art, and other major libraries. His PhD (UCLA 1970) is in Latin American Literature. Ars Poetica: “Be Blank”

John M. Bennett LUNA BISONTE PRODS 137 Leland Ave. Columbus, OH 43214 USA

bennett.23@osu.edu www.johnmbennett.net http://library.osu.edu/sites/rarebooks/avantwriting/

Home: 614-846-4126 Work: 614-292-3029


LA POESIA VISUAL

La poesía visual se funda en el espacio blanco que se encuentra en el fin del verso poético. Desde esta perspectiva, se puede decir que toda poesía es visual. De la misma manera, la poesía se funda en la voz humana y en el silencio que la circunscribe. Así que también se puede decir que toda poesía es sonora. Lo visual, lo oral, y el enjambre de las conciencias humanas forman el conjunto de fenómenos que es la poesía.

John M. Bennett Mayo de 2009


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John M.Bennett, poesía visual.