Tuesday, January 31, 2017

'Generator' (Videopoem)

Below is Cindy St. Onge's videopoem Generator. The remixed poem, nominated for both a Pushcart Prize and "Best of the Net" and a runner-up for an Atlantis Award, was first published at The Poet's Billow in December 2013.

I learned of St. Onge, an award-winning multi-media poet who lives in the Pacific Northwest, from filmmaker Paul Broderick (thank you, Paul!). St. Onge's excellent video work has been screened most recently at the 2016 Bath Fringe Festival; it's also been shown at poetry festivals in Athens, Greece; and in Ireland. In addition to being available on St. Onge's Vimeo site, her work is featured at Dave Bonta's Moving Poems and at VerseWrights.

Selections of St. Onge's poems, which have been published in many online and print journals, including Apeiron Review, Gravel, OpenMinds Quarterly, Right Hand PointingThe Timberline Review, and Voice Catcher, can be found at St. Onge's Website, Exhibit A. St. Onge's chapbooks include Move Your Lips When You Read and Road to Damascus (both 2014).

Generator from Cindy St. Onge on Vimeo.

Poem Text at The Poet's Billow

Cindy St. Onge on FaceBook and YouTube

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Maureen, for the nice blog post!
I appreciate your taking the time to view my work,
and link it up here at Writing Without Paper.
Be well,