CONTRIBUTORS

Regular contributors:
Theo Chiotis, Jeremy Hight, Antonis Katsouris, John Morgan, Erica Schreiner, Tom Snarsky.

All participants come from various creative fields. Sometimes they send along their conventional or sui generis bio notes, like the bio-drawing and the bio-poem, the bio-sound and the bio-sentence, the bio-narration and the bio-photo, and the bio-aphorism.

Harold Abramowitz is a writer and editor in Los Angeles. His other books include (!x==[33]) Book 1, Volume 1 by UNFO (collaboration with Dan Richert, Blanc Press, 2011), Not Blessed (Les Figues, 2010)and Dear Dearly Departed (Palm Press, 2008). Harold co-edits the short-form literary press eohippus labs, and writes and edits as part of the collaborative projects, SAM OR SAMANTHA YAMS and UNFO. Harold Abramowitz enjoys literature, so much so that he creates his own.
WORDS-LINKS: TRAPPED, TO KEEP STILL, BREAKFAST, SONG (ISSUE 12).
Co-editor of aglimpseof 14‘s source-text

Amanda Ackerman is the author of four chapbooks: Sin is to Celebration (co-author, House Press), The Seasons Cemented (Hex Presse), I Fell in Love with a Monster Truck (Insert Press Parrot #8), and Short Stones (Dancing Girl Press). She co-edits the press eohippus labs. Her book The Book of Feral Flora is forthcoming from Les Figues press.
WORDS-LINKS: STERILIZATION, SEAWATER, PEOPLE ARE WELL DISCIPLINED FROM (ISSUE 13)

Maria Andreou I was born in Limassol, Cyprus in 1989. I moved to Paris in 2007 where I studied
Design and Applied Arts and then to London in 2010 to focus on a BA (Hons) in Fine Arts. My practice is of a multidisciplinary nature that evolved with the use of drawing, performance, print, time based media and language. www.mariaandreou.com, www.twitter.com/conceptualsens
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Urban Belina spends most of his time in his cave, contemplating, dreaming, exploring premonitions. Denominated by whiteness he remains on a never ending journey, for the one who travels in spirit remains on the road, on the brink of the next encounter. For a brief moment: effulgence. Scene melts away, stream dribbles into countless creeks going in all directions at once. What remains are echoes and laughter. Echoes and laughter.
WORDS-LINKS: ALICE LOOKED UP THE GLASS EYE OF THE MICROSCOPE AND SAW ANOTHER EYE (ISSUE 12)

Anne Boyer http://www.anneboyer.com/
WORDS-LINKS: THE RECIPE TONIGHT. A SPOONFUL OF MADNESS(ISSUE 15)

Louise Anne Buchler is a playwright, actress, drama lecturer and food blogger based in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.  She is associate editor of Tears in the Fence literary magazine.
WORD-LINK: GAIA (ISSUE 17).

Markie Burnhope is a poet, co-editor and disability activist based in Bournemouth. Their published poetry includes the pamphlets The Snowboy (Salt Publishing, 2011) and Lever Arch (Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2013) as well as their debut full-length collection, Species (Nine Arches Press, 2014).
WORDS-LINKS: TOXINS, GENES, CONTORTIONS, TEXTURES, HOLES (ISSUE 17)

Vahni Capildeo is a Trinidadian-British writer whose five books and two pamphlets include Measures of Expatriation (Carcanet, 2016) (shortlisted for the Forward Prizes Best Collection), Simple Complex Shapes (Shearsman, 2015) and Utter (Peepal Tree, 2013). She holds a DPhil in Old Norse and is interested in multilingualism, creative reworkings, and the boundaries between the human and the natural. Her collaborative work on performance and installation includes responses to Euripides’ Bacchae, ‘Radical Shakespeare’, and Martin Carter’s revolutionary writings from Guyana. The Harper-Wood Studentship (St John’s College, Cambridge) supported her travel for research during 2015-16.
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Theodoros Chiotis
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One of the possible outcomes of the script.
One of the possible outcomes of the script.

NARRATIVE IN PROGRESS: RHIZOSOME
Co-editor of aglimpseof 12‘s source-text

Sarah Crewe is a poet from the Port of Liverpool. Her chapbooks include sea witch (Leafe Press), Signs of the Sistership with Sophie Mayer (Knives, Forks & Spoons), and flick invicta (Oystercatcher Press). She co-edited Catechism: Poems For Pussy Riot and is one third of Stinky Bear Press.
WORDS-LINKS: WATER (ISSUE 16)

Yoko Danno is Japanese, although she writes poetry solely in English and people around her speak only Japanese. She dreams of traveling through and beyond time and space. If you can’t visit Japan, try visiting Ikuta Press.http://www.ikutapress.com/danno3.html
Co-editor of aglimpseof 15‘s source-text
WORDS-LINKS: OWLS, BRAIN (ISSUE 13), FOG, ROARS (ISSUE 14), LAST LONG, ROSE-WET, WATER, EYES, WAVES, SALTY, SEA (ISSUE 16)

Nance Davies
sometimes my work is CYCLIC, CONTINGENT, FLUID, MUTABLE, EMERGENT, CONTINGUOUS, FUSING, VISIBLE, CONSCIOUS, CO-CONSPIRING, PRACTICING, TACTILE, MEDIATING, SIMULTANEOUS, WAITING, WRAPPING, WITNESS, RE-COMBINANT HYBRID. TRANSECTING, PLAYING. LOOSENING, RECURRING, EPHEMERAL, FUNNY, MINDING, FIRING, SYNAPTICALLY CONSCRIPTED, SITED, TRANSIENT (as in FLOWING or BREATHING), TRANSPARENT, DENSE, MURMURING, SATURATED, FOCUSED, AMBIGUOUS, often URGENTLY, MERCIFULLY, LISTENING, can be CONTRADICTORY, LURCHING, FLYING, OSCILLATING, SENSING, REVERBERATING, INDETERMINATE, FULL OF DOUBT, SWARMING, BECOMING and UN-BECOMING, MAPPING, FOLDING, CLUSTERING, PARADOXICAL, FLUCTUATING, TOUCHING,  CURIOUS, UBI(QUIT)OUS, EXHAUSTED, longing for POETICS, JUS(X)TA-POSING, TRANSPOSING as in ex-STATIC…
WORD-LINK: RUPTURE (ISSUE 9)

Victoria Deliyianni is an architect in denial.
WORDS-LINKS: A BEGINNING AND AN END (ISSUE 10),  BLOSSOMING WITH PLEASURE FROM WITHIN / FUGITIVE BEINGS (ISSUE 11), FLESH (ISSUE 13)

Caroline de Lannoy was born in Brussels and lives and works in London. She lectures at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London and Central St Martins College of Art, University of the Arts London. She has exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the world. She has held solo shows worldwide including The Collection Lincoln Museum, Lincolnshire; La Verriere (Foundation d’ Entreprise Hermes) Brussels; The Gallery, Grange House, St. Peter Port, Guernsey; Art In General, New York; Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield; Forum Fleur Richter, Munich. She has taken part in numerous group exhibitions including CAMP Contemporary Art Meeting Point, Gallery North, MASS MoCA, Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Royal Academy, Arnolfini, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art Rosario, Whitworth Art Gallery, MONA Museum, Kunst Museum Hollfeld, Mamco Museum, Mondriaanhuis, Whitstable Biennale, Sint-Lukas Galerij, Kettle’s Yard. She has completed major commissions nationally and internationally including St George’s Hospital, London; Lift Orchard Park, NHS Primary Health Care Centre, Hull; Huddersfield Library & Art Gallery, Huddersfield, as well as a number overseas. Her work is in public and private collections in the UK and abroad.
WORDS-LINKS: THE MIND BREATHES OUTSIDE THE MIND, THE MARVELOUS (ISSUE 15), MIraculous MOmentary SAtisfaction, We become Gaia. (ISSUE 17)

Antonis Donef is a visual artist.
WORDS-LINKS: AND THEN IT’S TOO LATE, SEEMINGLY INSIGNIFICANT, WITH SMALL BITES, OF SHORT DURATION (ISSUE 12)

Yannis Drakoulidis is a photographer.
WORDS-LINKS: GIRL (ISSUE 8), WORLD (ISSUE 9), BRIDGES (ISSUE 11)

Anargyros Drolapas was born in Athens, Greece. He studied Physics and IT. He has steadily pursued photography since 2010 with images of his being published on online magazines, with two solo exhibitions and by taking part in various group exhibitions. adrolapas.com
WORDS-LINKS: INFINITE GUESSES AMONGST THE MAPS

(ISSUE ),”From now on we all walk through walls!” (POLITICS ISSUE)

New media artist Jessica Fenlon lives in Chicago, IL, USA. Visible fractures, glitches, and dissonance allow for permeability of meaning and critique of digitally-amplified language, the language of mass media. The elevation of digital fracture to aesthetic pleasure allows her to make and remake from a published, shared memory. She has shown in Ireland, England, Italy, Bulgaria, Poland, Germany, Egypt, Cuba, and the United States. For work samples & exhibition history, please visit http://drawclose.com.
WORDS-LINKS: MY BLOOD FLOWS SATANICAL, MECHANICAL, MASONICAL AND CHEMICAL (ISSUE 18)

Joey Frances is based in Manchester. He is a member of Generic Greeting, a multi-disciplinary arts collective with whom he has collaborated on zines, posters, exhibitions and other events. He also co-organises the reading series Peter Barlow’s Cigarette. His first full collection, a l’instar de, was published this year with Knives Fork and Spoons Press. He will shortly begin a PhD on contemporary innovative poetry and ideological resistance. Find him at bubblethesedatasets.tumblr.com // genericgreeting.co.uk // twitter @JoeyFrances
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Ed Garland Despair enthusiast. Bristol England.
http://takeninanddonefor.blogspot.com
WORDS-LINKS: UNPROTESTING FLAVOURLESS TONGUES (ISSUE 12)
CO-EDITOR of ISSUE 15‘S SOURCE-TEXT

Chris Girard The world is submerged like a bulldozer written in my head carving but flooding on higher ground horrendous and still Earth is on the road imitating land tall from a crease on two loose ends excavate and passing Voices on the thumb align evaporating the pass why follow through? It will not be the last goodnight Old horizons softly folding ourselves praising thunderstorms The pen from its core burrowing diamond judgment stitching up way up but the sky
WORDS-LINKS: SOLAR RADIATION, CENTER, PERFECTION, NEED TO PRESERVE, FUGITIVE (ISSUE 11)

Dimitris Gilis
WORD-LINK: GEOMETRIC (ISSUE 5)

Jeremy Hight is a big bag of stuff that includes the odd goo in the corners of the internet, weather nerdisms, post semiotic whatsits and the fancy little bauble of creating locative gps narrative a decade ago. He edits and curates things and has a cat who once made a perfect rectangle in his litter box. http://erasedbyebye.tumblr.com/archive\
CO-EDITOR OF ISSUE 14‘S SOURCE-TEXT
NARRATIVE IN PROGRESS: WALKING THROUGH MEMORIES

Eleanna Horiti Then and now budgerigars, cockatiels, turtles, frogs, ducks, dogs, hamsters, baby chicks, rabbits, squirrels, cats, Athens, England, Paris fine arts school, architecture school, Athens, Athens, Athens, Athens, Athens, Athens.
WORDS-LINKS: BUDS (ISSUE 6), IN THE CENTER OF THE INFINITE (ISSUE 11)

Alice Hui-Seng Chang is a sound artist. Since 2003, her work focuses solely on developing extended vocal technique in improvisation. Her vocal explorations include sound from varying tension of physical vocal parts, driving air into alternative passages and vibration of calls and breath. Alice Hui-Sheng Chang has been involved in residencies in Australia, Taiwan, South Korea, France, Portugal and UK. She has performed or exhibited in Australia, Taiwan, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Poland, UK and US. She regularly collaborates with other sound artists and artists from different mediums in various site-specific context. http://www.huishengchang.com/
WORDS-LINKS: FLESH, HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY (ISSUE 17)

D.I. (Dimitra Ioannou) lives in the shadow of the Language. She is a writer, and editor based in Athens. For more, see Hotel Repertoire
WORDS-LINKS: ROT (ISSUE 1), ARTIFICIAL (ISSUE 2), PM (ISSUE 3), HOME (ISSUE 4), BLURRED (ISSUE 5), GEOGRAPHY (ISSUE 6), LENGTH, DESIRE (ISSUE 7), EVIDENCE (ISSUE 8), RUPTURE (ISSUE 9), EAT (ISSUE 10), DAY (ISSUE 12)

Dimitris Ioannou

Dimitris Ioannou, Selfportrait
WORDS-LINKS: THE RAINBOW IN THE BRAIN (ISSUE 13)

Lakis and Aris Ionas / The Callas Geraniums and basilic, Daniel Treacy, drinks, The Velvets, Small Faces, smiles, The Kinks, Marcel Duchamp, Pitsiladi, Thomas Pynchon, Sonic Youth, urchins, Stanley Baker, Monica Vitti, Joseph Losey, bunkers, The Fall, John Cassavetes, Jasmine Tea, N.G.Pentzikis, Mike Kelley, cockles, Wire, hotels, Georges Bataille, Talisker, Emily Dickinson, Francis Scott Fitzgerald, eyes and asses and bones, E.H. Gonatas, lust, Aris Konstadinidis, Olympiakos vs Panathinaikos, You & Me. We go from one place to another; we see, we hear, we feel ; we get excited; we can’t stop making things all the time. www.thecallas.com
WORDS-LINKS: VIRGINSILVER (ISSUE 6)

Jane Joritz-Nakagawa enjoys words of random sizes.
WORDS-LINKS: CAVES, MIND, BREATHES, ROOT (ISSUE 15)

Satu Kaikkonen (23.8.1967) is a poet and visual poet from Finland. Her works include traditional lyrics as well as visual & asemic poetry, and sound poetry. Kaikkonen mainly creates her visual poems digitally, but she also uses concrete objects in her works. Kaikkonen has taken part in exhibitions of visual poetry in the US, UK, Hungary, Russia and Finland, and her works have featured in numerous poetry magazines, both Finnish and international. Her works are also included to the Last Vispo Anthology 1998-2008.
WORDS-LINKS: RAIN, RUINS, THE HORROR OF, BUTTERFLY-ANGELS (ISSUE 14)

ma_kapoka@yahoo.it I am Mariagrazia Capozzi. I was born 37 years ago in Napoli, Italy. I still live there. My education is essentially classical, as I’ve studied Latin and Ancient Greek. I have a Ph.D. in aesthetics, with a thesis about the relationship between  Aristotelian Poetics  and the materialistic aesthetic of György Lukács. As an artist, I’ve always considered my work more of a personal need than a job. So, I’m not interested in disseminating my artworks in a traditional manner, but mainly by collaborating with other artists I consider close to my sensibility. Last year I made the cover art for albums on TOXO Records, a label specializing in experimental/noise music, and took part in several open-air performances held in my city.To describe my work , I could refer to two facts. First, I am always present in my pictures, so it could be said that I take self-portraits. On the other hand, every image revolves around the concept of a blow, a hitWhen different pictures meet each other, when there’s a glitch in the post-processing phase, when the empty, negative, black background “crunches” the content of a picture, a “blow” occurs. Then, I observe the reaction of my face and body to this blow coming from without. This fact, I also call the crisis of representation.
WORDS-LINKS: BLOWS (ISSUE 9), HOLLOWHOLLOW (ISSUE 10), THIS IS PERFECTION / THERE IS NO NEED TO PORTRAY, TO PRESERVE (ISSUE 11), EVERY PIECE OF SIGNAGE WILL COME TO MEAN SOMETHING ELSE, SALUTE AND PASS, THERE, THE MATTER ENDS (ISSUE 12)

Irini Karayannopoulou As a Master I create my own universe-s- which I explore in every possible way, and though I’ m not that dull I know not much and my ignorance provides me with the urge and energy to do so, fearless, devoted, semi-hypnotized. The more I explore the less I know and just like every decent washout words don’ t describe me though I’ m fond of them in a manner of speaking and in a manner of writing but when I grow wings I’ ll find out more about these and other things.http://adorabless.blogspot.com/
WORDS-LINKS: WASHOUT, WASHOUT, WASHOUT, IMMATERIAL, NO, NO (ISSUE 1), BEAUTIFUL (ISSUE 2), LSD (ISSUE 5), SILENCE, POISON (ISSUE 7), TIME, MOLECULAR (ISSUE 9)

Andreas Kassapis
WORDS-LINKS: ABANDON YOUR LODGINGS (ISSUE 15)

Antonis Katsouris A faithful and regular client of Venus, I’ve developed the habit of spending long hours waiting in line so that she (finally) receives me, shares some of her time with me and takes my short list of expectations. To laugh away the prospect of another one of our meetings being postponed and to save the time lost waiting, I am wandering around the open zone of her territory with a camera, attempting to “steal” something from what has been eluding me for such a long time -the sign that she’s favouring me. In their luckiest days, these “stollen” pictures are the ones that give the names I cannot lend to my (unfulfilled) emotions and my (undeniable) illusions.
CO-EDITOR of ISSUE 11, ISSUE 15‘S SOURCE-TEXT
WORDS-LINKS: JARDIN (ISSUE 2), CANARY (ISSUE 3), QUEEN (ISSUE 4), GEOMETRIC (ISSUE 5), CAKE (ISSUE 7), APRIL (ISSUE 8), KITCHEN (ISSUE 10), TWIN (ISSUE 12)
NARRATIVE IN PROGRESS: HOTEL WOMEN

Jukka-Pekka Kervinen SF:24.5 => tb => 3 (+2) => 82/430;
WORD-LINK: LEPIDOPTERA (ISSUE 14)

Chrysanthi Koumianaki I was born in Heraklion, Crete in 1985, and I believed it was the best town in the whole world. Now I live in Athens and I believe that there is no other place like it. My brief and long stays at London and Giannena gave me with the optimism and the urge to make art. I love my computer and its successors, and I definitely love to activate blank pages. I love the big grey cities and I look for openings there. Next year I may be somewhere else.
WORDS-LINKS: A FEW BRILLIANT CLIMAXES / PROLIFERATION OF LITTLE MOTIFS / ACCUMULATION OF LITTLE NOTES (ISSUE 11), CONTROL METHOD (ISSUE 12)

Cateryna Kosty I am totally depending on photography. I am obsessed with capturing the complete unnecessary anything, and then puff… they turn to be “read” as self portraits (what’s this suppose to mean, anyway?), while they are also a clear fusion of japanese pop, Robbie Basho’s Oriental Love song, Sonic Youth’s Teenage Riot, Johannes Brahms’ German Requiem, The Smiths’ The Boy With the Thorn in his Side, The Velvet Underground’s All Tomorrow’s Parties, Nini Raviolette’s Suis je Normale, Anouar Brahem’s oud, and Drivan Gasparyan’s duduk.
WORD-LINK: MIRAGE (ISSUE 2)

Panayiotis Lamprou
The trace of human presence doesn’t  reveal its evolution but its momentary existence; what defines the quality of our actions is tolerance and doubt; our perception resists faith and acceptance. “Everything is a circle”, says the one who believes in eternal return. My beloved one asked me:
– Where could that dead soul be?
– I know nothing about the soul, my love.
WORDS-LINKS: WHITEWREATH (ISSUE 3), MORV (ISSUE 4), TRANSCENDENCE (ISSUE 5), DANDY (ISSUE 11), MEADOW (ISSUE 12)

Denis Lhomme (1960-2014) Né quelque part, loin. N’en suis jamais vraiment parti. Athènes comme point d’immatérialité. La colline m’attend et je suis heureux de lui répondre chaque fois qu’elle le demande. Mes dessins et mes phrases se soudent dans mon laboratoire portatif.
Sinon tout va bien sur mοn chemin.
CO-EDITOR of ISSUE 14‘S SOURCE-TEXT
WORDS-LINKS: THE BRAIN SCATTERS ITSELFTHE PHANTOM IS HERE (ISSUE 15)

Sophie Mayer
Sophie Mayer bio
WORDS-LINKS: fri_01 WHY I DESPISE MY SELF SO MUCH IN MY DREAMS? I FEAR I HAVE NEVER USED MY BODY. (MY DREAMS TELL ME…) (ISSUE 13), ALL TIME FLOOD (ISSUE 16).

Asako Masunouchi I am a freelance illustrator, born in Japan, studied in the UK, and based in Greece now.I love to find humour and heartiness in everyday life. This, along with a little nostalgia, forms the inspiration for my work. www.asako-masunouchi.com
WORDS-LINKS: READER WITHOUT BOOK (ISSUE 13)

Ann Matthewsis a poet, fiction writer and musician who is more widely known as the singer and guitarist in the experimental pop band Ectogram and the Welsh language post-punk group the Fflaps. Ann has recently completed a Creative Writing PhD at Northumbria. Her fieldwork took her to the behind and in between places of central Newcastle and North Manchester to collect material to write from; this culminated in poetry and stories about the cityscape and its inhabitants. Her first poetry pamphlet Strangeways was published by Knives Forks and Spoons in 2014 and she has just completed her first collection, Losing Boundaries Finding Places, which will also be published by KFS. She is currently working on poems about the rural landscape and writing a novel set in in 1990s Berlin. | March 2015.
WORDS-LINKS: TREES, DANDELION FLUFF, DEAD, TURBULENT, BETWEEN SEAS AND MARSH (ISSUE 17).

Angela Mewes I’m living in Berlin, but I grew up at the country side in Germany. I came to Berlin to study at the University of Arts and it was fun to do that. I met people who made me feel at home, so I will stay in the city forever. But I always go back to where I come from. Sometimes I bring fragments of the origin home to Berlin, and it’s called Art.
I met Helena Papadopoulos some years ago and since then we work together. She featured me and I’m proudly looking back on two solo exhibitions that took place at her gallery (Nice & Fit, Berlin).
My work contains explorations in the fields of painting and sculpture to perceive as an installation the moment you enter the show. I’ve been working with video. Cooperations with musicians made me care about lyrics a lot.
Words, the English language especially, inspire me to translate my aesthetical ideas into the unseen.
Every inspiration comes from the unseen, in my eyes.
WORDS-LINKS: ELEMENTAL (ISSUE 1), DESERT, EDDIE (ISSUE 2), ECSTASY (ISSUE 11)

Aris Michalopoulos
WORDS-LINKS: THE WAY OUT (ISSUE 13)

Irini Miga is a visual artist http://www.irinimiga.com/
WORDS LINKS: THE SPHINX WANTS ME TO GUESS (ISSUE 14)

Aaron Morgan

“Still not sure where I fall in terms of this……”

artaaronmorgan.com
WORDS LINKS: CORPORATE CANNIBAL (ISSUE 18)

John Morgan is an applied linguist and writer of intermedial poetry. As a poet he explores ways in which visually spatialized and eventilized text can be representative of the often blurred and ambiguous boundaries of lived, received or imagined experience. His particular interest is in how experiences cause us to embrace or make written forms as a way of understanding, re-experiencing and sharing narratives that intersect and interact with the lives of others. http://users.aber.ac.uk/jpm/pc/pc_index.html
WORDS LINKS: MEMBRANS, GEOGRAPHY, TURBULENCES, DEAD (ISSUE 17), GRACIOUSNESS, BATH (ISSUE 07)

Kosmas Nikolaou I was born in 1984, and I don’t see any resemblance with the novel. Since then, I’ve moved several times. The first time was from the maternal hospital to the Lycabettus area; today I am at the 14th change. For me all stops were equally interesting; at Athens, Ioannina, Milano, Volos.
Quite often, I mean always, I don’t fit in, but at the same time I am content with what I find in each place. When I travel, I try to have an idea of what the possible relocation may be.Now I plan my 15th move without knowing either the new adress or the day of departure.
WORDS-LINKS: AN UNSOLVED PROBLEM IN PHYSICS EXERCISE (ISSUE 12)

Pascal O’Loughlin is a writer and librarian. A member of zine and events collective Stinky Bear Press, his most recent publication isRWF/RAF, a collaborative work with Sarah Crewe inspired by the lives of Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Ulrike Meinhof. His novel, Now Legwarmers, is due from Red Squirrel Press in 2016.
WORDS-LINKS: I CAN’T GET ENOUGH PREY. PRAY FOR ME. (ISSUE 18)

Iordanis Papadopoulos‘ (b.1976, Greece) recent poems can be found in the following online and printed literary magazines and books: Futures: Poetry of the Greek crisis (Penned in the margins ed., 2015, UK), FRMK (iss.2, GR), Boscombe Revolution (iss.1, UK), POIITIKI (iss.10, GR), aglimpseof (iss.11,12, GR), Literaturen Vestnik (BG), M58 (UK). Bras de Fer (2015, Gutenberg ed., Athens) is his second book of poetry. He is a member of the live art group “KangarooCourt”.
WORDS-LINKS: NEW INSIGHT (ISSUE 11), SOMETIMES I’VE BELIEVED AS MANY AS SIX IMPOSSIBLE THINGS (ISSUE 12)
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Vassilis Papadopoulos

An archive for THE LOW FIDELITY QUALITY RECORDINGS of Mr Papadopoulos.

WORD-LINK: VIOLATED (ISSUE 4)

Misha de Ridder
Midnight Sun
The cries of seagulls at a mountain lake in North Cape, Norway. In summer with the midnight sun.
WORDS-LINKS: 
FIRE (ISSUE 8), TEMPORAL TRANSFORMATIONS (ISSUE 11) <strong>My contortions, my breathing, my colors, my mutations are intelligence. (ISSUE 17)

Aria Riding does not go out, is never seen or heard from. Her brother, Alexander, was awarded the Mary McCarthy Prize for fiction while attending Bard College. Aria’s recently-completely novel is called “The Exhibitionists”. She lives within the Unthinkable Now, and also in Seattle. Website: www.lostdance.com
WORDS-LINKS: CORPORATE CANNIBAL | MY ROOLS, YOU FOOLS | THE BEST THING ABOUT RESTRUCTURING IS STAYING ALIVE (ISSUE 18) published, Oct. 2015.

Nana Sachini
Every time a bubble bursts is an opportunity for a new attempt.
Α bubble named Dora brought me here.
As a child Ι was often playing soap bubbles.
For the duration of the bubble’s life I am floating outside myself.
I’ve spread bubbles of various materials, sizes, colours and textures in London, Berlin, Thessaloniki and Beirut.
Νow I insist on doing more and more ones in Athens.
http://nanasachini.blogspot.com/
WORDS-LINKS:
I PREFER MY GRAVES TO BE METAPHORICAL (ISSUE 13)

Vassilis Salpistis
We were talking with a friend, a few days ago, about the generation of artists born in the mid seventies. We came to the conclusion that those who grew up in the midst of the 80’s aesthetic disaster and constructed their social self under the utopian belief in the end of history, during the 90’s, share a few common characteristics. Firstly, they consider their work as either unhistorical and exclusively turned towards the future, or they index it in the continuity of a fantasized view of the 70’s theoretical issues, since they haven’t actually experienced that period. But most importantly, and even though this is just an empirical conclusion, as representatives of that generation, we have a tendency to act in the way that we think someone else would have acted, had they been in our shoes.
WORD-LINK: QUEEN (ISSUE 2)

Yannis Saxonis
I was born in Athens in 1970. I then proceeded to move house/school/city/country/continent a fair amount, something which ended up being useful background experience later on. Well, to the extent that spending your tenth winter in Saudi Arabia can be.Finished high school in Athens and then moved around some more. Fine Art school in Toronto, Canada was an especially low point, matched only by a few more years’ worth of aimlessness in said town. One good thing about it all, was the discovery that, in a recording studio, any sonic material can be rendered meaningful. Of course, after graduating, I had no access to a recording studio, which added to the aimlessness.
Things improved thoroughly simply by moving even more, this time to Asia (first Korea, then Taiwan). Successfully managed to fuse the lifestyle of the traveling english teacher with that of the mad scientist-type composer and, gradually started live collaborations (first in Taiwan, then Brazil) based on improvisations and jams, structured to varying degrees. After the musically humbling experience of Brazil, I’ve traded moving around for making as much music as possible, and have found it just as unpredictable.
WORDS-LINKS: IMMATERIAL (ISSUE 1), BUDS (ISSUE 6)

Brett Skarbakka
I think that it would be refreshing to remain completely anonymous.
http://www.brettskarbakka.com/
WORDS-LINKS:
TO DO WILD GROWTH INTO ITSELF (ISSUE 13)

Sean Smith is an artist and writer living in Toronto. He is part of the Department of Biological Flow, a co-compositional experiment in research-creation practice with Barbara Fornssler. He holds a doctorate from the European Graduate School of Media and Communications in Switzerland and currently teaches Wearable Art at OCAD University.
I describe my practice as that of a precarious insect exploring the curving vectors of life technique for survival in the control society.
WORDS-LINKS: GUESS, 46(ISSUE 14)

Tom Snarsky is a Noyce Teaching Fellow at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, USA. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbox Manifold, Jerkpoet, Maudlin House, Eunoia Review, Third Point Press, and elsewhere. He tweets @TomSnarsky and posts work occasionally at http://quarrellary.wordpress.com. He lives in Braintree, Massachusetts.
WORDS-LINKS: EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR (ISSUE 18)

Matina L. Stamatakis I make and create in a Victorian space.  I relate to intangible dimensions and abstract concepts, both in visual, noise, and textual experimentation.  Coming from a small town in upstate New York, the mundane nature has forced me to look outside my surroundings, into a world I feel most comfortable with.  The textures that are not easily understood inspire me.  I am a collector of primitive therapy units.
CO-EDITOR OF ISSUE 14‘S SOURCE-TEXT
WORDS-LINKS: THE JOURNAL OF MULTIPLIED I’ S (ISSUE 13)

Lefteris Tapas (b. 1974, Famagusta) lives and works in Limassol. He studied Fine Arts at the Kent Institute of Art and Design, UK (1996-1998), and after completing his Bachelor’s degree, he continued with his Master’s in Fine Art at the University of Kent, UK (1999).
Solo exhibitions: 2013 “Garden”, CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery, Athens / 2011 “Kaleidoscope”, Omikron Gallery, Nicosia / 2004 “Neverland”, Archimede Staffolini Gallery, Nicosia / 2001 “Bedtime Stories”, Archimede Staffolini Gallery, Nicosia.

WORDS-LINKS: My holes, my parasites, my luminosity, my turbulences are oracles. (ISSUE 17)

Steve Toase is an author and archaeologist living in North Yorkshire, England and occasionally Munich, Germany. His stories tend towards the unsettling and unreal, dealing with revenge, loss, faery, chess playing bears and ancient gods.
His work has appeared in Cabinet de Fees’ Scheherezade’s Bequest, Pantheon Magazine, Innsmouth Magazine, Jabberwocky Magazine, Sein und Werden, Cafe Irreal amongst others. In 2014 his story Call Out was published in The Best Horror Of The Year Anthology 6.
Steve is currently working with Becky Cherriman and Imove on a commissioned project called Haunt.
http://www.imovearts.co.uk/current-projects/haunt/ https://harrogatehaunt.wordpress.com/
To read more of Steve’s work please visit www.stevetoase.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/stevetoase1
WORDS-LINKS: GODDESSES, FALLEN, HEART (ISSUE 17)

Liliana Vasquez started to mess with poetry at Oficina de Poesia, at the University of Coimbra. Along with other poets/friends she created aranhiças & elefantes – a para-collective of experimental poetry. They performed on several contexts, cities, etc. The main focus was to question the authorship/authority of writing poetry. Now she’s working on the editorial project Candonga with Bruno Santos and on projets of her own as pequeno Vê.
WORDS-LINKS: POSITIVE PORNOGRAPHY (ISSUE 16)

Amalia Vekri
I was born in Athens in a rainy windy night. My favorite color is fuchsia.
http://amaliavekri.tumblr.com/
WORDS-LINKS: BLUEBERRY, OWLS, TIME (ISSUE 13)

Joe Winograd

JoeWinograd_aglimpseof_bio2015

joewinograd.tumblr.com
WORDS-LINKS: I DEAL IN THE MARKET. EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD IS A TARGET (ISSUE 18)

Michalis Zacharias

MZachariasSelfPortrait
Single dot self-portrait.

WORDS-LINKS: PRIVATE RITUALS (ISSUE 13)

Ali Znaidi (b.1977) lives in Redeyef, Tunisia where he teaches English. His work has appeared in Mad Swirl, Stride Magazine, Red Fez, BlazeVox, Otoliths, streetcake, & elsewhere. His debut poetry chapbook Experimental Ruminations was published in September 2012 by Fowlpox Press (Canada). From time to time he blogs at – aliznaidi.blogspot.com and tweets at @AliZnaidi.
WORDS-LINKS: SWALLOW (ISSUE 15)

Invitations, newsletters, tampon

Marios Diamantis I was born in Athens in 1982. At the age of 6 I got my first CD player as a birthday present. Since then my relationship with technology became more and more necessary. At the age of 19 I went to a design school in Athens. By the end of my undergraduate studies I started travelling and collaborating with people (first in Italy and then in England). In 2005, I got a Master degree  in Graphic Design and Typography Studies from London College of Printing, where my focus was on the structure and visualization of information. After that, I had a small break and then I moved to New York City. It was there that by looking around me for what it would be next, I came across ITP, which some days later I realized that it means “Interactive Technologies Program” (a New York University program). In 2007, I attended my first programming class at ITP. Then my work became more flexible and unexpected even for me. What I am involved in today has to do with communication, technology, aesthetics, and design.
 

INVITATION & NEWSLETTER (ISSUE 1)

Maria Gili
Threads, papers, young cock, stroke of the pen. (Serge Gainsbourg-Comic Strip)
Music, mathematical patterns, probability. (Apparat-7,5t, Moon Birds-Crystal Nº 3, Γιάννης Ξενάκης- Emulator)
Βauhaus architecture, Vasarely, Bridget Riley, Louise Bourgois. German graphic design school at Plaka. Art history, Mr F., balance, power of communication, love.  (Cabaret Voltaire-Do Right, Jean Pierre Decerf-Surrounding seas)
Fonts, city, repetition, novelty, mirror-people. (Mirror People- Echo Life, Mr Flash-Radar Rider)
Fantasy, mind, tool, risk, heart, ecstasy, surrender, truth. (Bauhaus-Double Dare, Venus Gang-Love to fly, Wapassou-Chatiment)
Mystery. Now. (Grafton Primary-All there is)
Party. (Stereo Total- Party Anticomformiste, Serge Gainsbοurg-Qui est “in”, qui est “out”, Lindstrom-Another Station / Todd Terje Remix)
 

INVITATION & NEWSLETTER (ISSUE 5-7), POSTER

Dimitris Ioannou
 
INVITATION & NEWSLETTER (ISSUE 2, ISSUE 3)

Sebastien Marteau


THE STAMP

Vassilis Papadopoulos

   
INVITATION & NEWSLETTER (ISSUE 4), INVITATION FOR A GLIMPSE OF ‘ S PRESENTATION ON CAMP!.

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