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Derek Beaulieu is best known for his concrete poetry and other experimental writing that blends into conceptual art and thus has appeared in art galleries. A collection of his published work, Please, No More Poetry: the Poetry of Derek Beaulieu (2013) was edited by Kit Dobson. In addition to poetry Beaulieu has also published experimental novels and literary-art theory some of which was.
In Writing Surfaces, derek beaulieu and Lori Emerson present “Pope Leo, El ELoPE” and many other works in a collection that showcases Riddell’s remarkable mix of largely typewriter-based concrete poetry mixed with fiction and drawings. Riddell’s work embraces game play, unreadability and illegibility, procedural work, non-representational narrative, photocopy degeneration, collage.
Derek Beaulieu has 35 books on Goodreads with 683 ratings. Derek Beaulieu’s most popular book is Flatland: a romance of many dimensions.
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He is the 2014-2016 Poet Laureate of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. How to Write, a collection of conceptual prose, was published by Talonbooks in 2010. Beaulieu lives in Calgary, Alberta. Property Value; dbo:abstract: Derek Alexander Beaulieu (born 1973) is a Canadian poet, publisher and anthologist. Beaulieu studied contemporary Canadian poetics at the University of Calgary. His work has appeared.
Derek Beaulieu is the author of the collections of poetry with wax, fractal economies, chains, silence, kern, frogments from the frag pool (co-written with Gary Barwin) and Please no more poetry: the poetry of derek beaulieu (Ed. Kit Dobson). He has also written 3 collections of conceptual fiction: flatland, Local Colour and How To Write (nominated for the W.O. Mitchell Award).
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