is our pleasure to announce E-Poetry 2003: An International
Digital Poetry Festival, the second event in the acclaimed
E-Poetry series inaugurated in Buffalo in April 2001.
E-Poetry is a series, directed by Loss Pequeño
Glazier from the University at Buffalo, which provides
an artist and practitioner-oriented series of events in
the spirit of some of the early poetry festivals, such
as the Vancouver Poetry Festival, 1963, and the Berkeley
Poetry Conference, 1965. The series allows artists the
opportunity to engage the state of their art and to advance
its possibilities through dialog, performance, and peer
doubly pleased to announce the host institution for this
year's event, West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV.
In collaboration with E-Poetry 2003's co-director, Sandy
Baldwin, we are planning a rich and varied three and a half
days of digital poetry, conversation, and artist-oriented
scholarship, in the inviting setting of West Virginia. E-Poetry
2003 extends the frontiers opened with E-Poetry 2001, adding
numerous new voices and engaging new visions to the festival.
year's focus is on the "poetry" in "E-Poetry".
mark your calendars and plan to attend this event! Morgantown
is 5 hours from Buffalo, 1 hour from Pittsburgh, 3 hours
from Washington DC, and 5 hours from New York City. We recommend
you find the best airfare available to Pittsburgh.
and proposals may be sent to the organizers at the e-mail
addresses below. All participants must register to attend
E-Poetry 2003 by April 1, 2003. A link to the registration
form will be provided on the E-Poetry 2003 Website by February
to join us in Morgantown to celebrate this next articulation
of the potentials of E-Poetry!
Pequeño Glazier, E-Poetry Director (email@example.com)
Sandy Baldwin, E-Poetry 2003 Co-Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
E-Poetry 2003 Website: http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2003/
Pequeño Glazier, Dept.
of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo and Sandy
of English, West Virginia University
Co-sponsored by The Electronic
Poetry Center (SUNY Buffalo), The
Center for Literary Computing (WVU), The
West Virginia Humanities Council, The
Eberly College of Arts & Sciences (WVU), The
Department of Foreign Languages (WVU), and The
Department of English (WVU).
you have any questions please email Sandy Baldwin at email@example.com.
by: the Electronic
Poetry Center (SUNY Buffalo) and the
Center of Literary Computing (WVU)