Recap: P3: Poetry, Process, Papercraft

We held our P3: Poetry, Process, Papercraft workshop on Friday, Oct 14, led by ATEC MA student, Karee-Anne Rogers. Below you will find some resources shared during the event.

Karee-Anne shared with us experiences of her undergraduate in the social sciences with a minor in creative writing / non-fiction, where poetry was a haven for her. She also invited us into her reminiscences about her great-grandmother Miss Webster, who was her “first best friend.” Miss Webster lived to be 104 years old and had such rich experiences, that Karee-Anne often thinks of the stories Miss Webster told as “six-sided poems.”


Juan Delgado’s Six-Sided Stories workshop:


A young dark skinned girl wearing a blue sundress with her dark hair in braids looks away from the camera while wrapping her arm around an older dark-skinned woman with white hair, wearing a blue floral dress and pink hat.
Young Karee-Anne with her Great-Grandmother, Miss Webster

Elders in my family

Briahnna Brown. “A Look Behind the Peruvian Art of Gourd Carving.”

Jason Nelson, The Poetry Cube:

Women in concrete, visual, and sound poetry

Further Resources

Balgiu, Alex and Mónica de la Torre. Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959 – 1979. Primary Information, 2020.

Corbett, John and Ting Huang. The Translation and Transmission of Concrete Poetry. Routledge, 2019.

D’Ambrosio, Matteo. “The Early Computer Poetry and Concrete Poetry.” MATLIT: Materialidades da Literatura.

Hunt, Erica and Danw Lundy Martin. Letters to the Future: Black WOMEN/Radical WRITING. Kore Press, 2018.

Mallarmé, Stéphane. A Roll of the Dice Will Never Abolish Chance. Trans. Robert Bononno, Wave Books, 2015.

Nicolai, Olaf and Slavs and Tatars keynotes from the 2022 Sculpture & Poetry Conference:

Tornatore-Loong, Maria. “Concrete Parallels: Brazilian Concrete Poetry, Concrete Art, and Neoconcretism.” International Journal of the Image. Vol. 11, no. 3, 2020, pp. 1 – 50.