Quodlibetica's Quirky April Constellation Focuses on Word Play
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In honor of the cruel and foolish month of April, Quodlibetica undergoes autocorrect to emerge as Wildly Erica, an issue dedicated to word play in all forms: cinepoetry and flarf, nano-memoirs and signs of the future, the cacophonous/mellifluous world of sound poetry, nonsense that makes sense, and general frolic on the ragged margin of understanding.

For this exceptional issue, contributors include Flarfist Elisabeth Workman, public-artist/poet Emily Lloyd, writer and musician Jay Orff, film scholar Rene Meyer-Grimberg as well as usual suspects: MN book-award winning poet Lightsey Darst, cultural studies scholar Thomas O. Haakenson, and aesthetic expert Christina Schmid. Have a look below.
 

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