after some years, perhaps it's time to look back, and to see what poemics we could create now. some projects were made, some authors have appeared, I've talked to several people about poemics (and even some scientific papers about poemics were written).
allow me to invite you to participate in three project - three anthologies, that is:
Project One: comic scripts in frames. please send files (suitable for printing), with frames that look like comic frames - only inside place parts of a comic script. do not have to be authentic scenarios of completed comics. do what you want, I mean describe some action, give instructions for the nonexistent drawer, experiment with the frames.
Second project: encrypted poemics. do some drawings and texts, make them enigmatic, hide something. use asemic writing, use unreadable fonts, blurred letters, overlapping on one another or find some other way to make it a secret code.
Project Three: changing old poems poemically. take a line of a text (with no copyrights, or your own text) - but in that case make it feel that old - and cut it into pieces. improve, change elements. create a poemics on the basis of this text. you can use speech balloons, do something graphically to the text, put it in some comic frames.
the anthologies will be black and white, published on the internet. if you would like to take part, please send works (more or less A4 or legal format, vertical) to email@example.com before the end of December 2013.
all the best and keep in touch!