transcriptions

In late 2005, a group of poets, mainly from Australia and New Zealand, did some, for want of a better word, experimental transcriptions - using 'found' texts to make new texts and producing a 'studio note' on the process.

The work was done on the poneme list and the results have now been put up at Haiku Review No. 5. This is Ruark Lewis's site, so many thanks to Ruark for hosting and for also encouraging us into and through the project. The process, of course, being as of much interest as the outcome.

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