Contributors / March 2015 (Issue 27)

Joshua Burns
ImageJoshua Burns's style, yet to be cartographed, is a mix of formal practice and spontaneity like Calypso lyrics. He has not outgrown the writing workshop. Working within a form whether as lax as ekphrasis or calcified as the canzone is his modus operandi. So where does the East come in? No haikus yet. For Burns, Asia is like an ideogram made up of ideograms and he plays Pound giving them stories. Cha, the house of leaves kanji, has been an important collector of his art about art. [Poetry]

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