Mathematical language can heighten the imagery of a poem; mathematical structure can deepen its effect. Feast here on an international menu of poems made rich by mathematical ingredients . . . . . . . gathered by JoAnne Growney.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
A 6 x 6 syllable-square -- and links to more . . .
Last Sunday's paper had an essay by a clown who said as long as I play dumb people let me do what I want. And I cannot stop wondering.
6, a perfect number
Find lots of mathy poems here at TalkingWriting.com; this week featuring Sarah Glaz.
JoAnne Growney is available for presentations -- readings, workshops, interactive lectures -- and collaborations. For information about her collaborative activities (art-poetry, math-poetry, translation), publications, and so on -- visit http://joannegrowney.com/.