Out of Character
by Geof Huth (Goodreads Author)
Poetry. "Who says letters and words are flat, arbitrary signs? In Geof Huth's OUT OF CHARACTER, they are animate, vibrant, interactive, intra/inter/connecting us and eye. These creatures wink, bow, dance, copulate, imperiously stare, all pressing at the boundaries of the page, at the boundaries of language. Reaching deep into the matter of our writing, Huth has brought to...more
Paperback, First Edition, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Paper Kite Press
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Geof Huth has lived in Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and North and South America, all the while using language for his own purposes. His interest in language turned him into a poet, a visual poet, and a thinker on words. He works words in many media: condensation, crayon, frost, object, paint, pen, pencil, pixel, pollen, sound, type, and video. He writes almost daily on visual poetry and related...moreMore about Geof Huth...