Thursday, April 11, 2019

Metalmatic by Michael Jacobson is up at AngelHousePress for National Poetry Month

Thanks to Amanda Earl for hosting my asemic piece Metalmatic. I created the piece about 2 years ago using a photo I took and then altering it on the computer, by adding an action figure and the asemic script.

Amanda is featuring a month entirely of asemic writing on her website AngelHousePress for She is exhibiting some great work by some fantastic asemic authors, with a new piece posted each day during the month of April 2019. The show will be up till February 2020. Here is the link:

Metalmatic is the April 11th, 2019 feature.  But be sure to check out the great work of other asemic scribes daily.

Thanks Amanda!


Thursday, March 28, 2019

Unruly Codex Abyssus Outcasts by Volodymyr Bilyk

Be sure to check out Codex Abyssus by Volodymyr, in an expanded edition with 43 pages of new material, out now from Post-Asemic Press and available at Amazon! It will also be available at Minnesota Center for Book Arts in 2 weeks.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Asemic Poems by Jeff Bagato

Here's a brief bio:
A multi-media artist living near Washington, DC, Jeff Bagato produces poetry and prose as well as electronic music and glitch video. Some of his poetry and visuals have appeared in Angry Old Man, Brave New Word, Futures Trading, Otoliths, H&, The New Post-Literate, and Utsanga. Some short fiction has appeared in Danse Macabre and Future Cactus. He has published nineteen books, all available through the usual online markets, including Savage Magic (poetry) and Computing Angels (fiction). A blog about his writing and publishing efforts can be found at

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Word Knots and Torrentine by Volodymyr Bilyk

"Here are several pieces i've made out of current Roadrage draft.
It is a visualization technique called Knots. It turns the text into these abstract scribbles. When you're working with some extra large corpuses - it helps you to understand the commonalities and parallels between the words. However, if you use it on a limited range of words (10-15) you get just some abstractions that often look plain mystifying."
 —Volodymyr Bilyk, author of Codex Abyssus