Digigram

Title
Digigram / Barbara Henning.
Author
Henning, Barbara,
Publication
New York : United Artists Books, 2020.

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Details

Description
75 pages : portrait; 23 cm
Genre/Form
Poetry.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Raining -- Kiss Me -- Wham! -- Siren -- Morning Glory -- It's Us -- So Says Ovid -- Do Not Come -- It'll Come to An End -- The Moon -- Ethics -- You Knew Before -- Safety -- A Flower, An Olive, An Idea -- Walled-in -- River God -- To Get By -- Stumble -- We Can, We Can -- Let Me Know -- A Misstep, a Slip -- We Branch Out -- Under Arrest -- On Air, On Land, At Sea -- Swiped -- Judge Judy -- You Want It Darker -- Ahimsa -- Coprolalia -- The Funky Chicken -- On the Q -- No Matter What -- String Ball -- Slow Snow -- Common Thought -- Slow Down -- I Love Yoga -- Prediction -- Mid-Jump -- The Night Before -- Flip It -- So Do I -- Come Here -- Woman with A Cane -- From Every Angle -- Phantom of the North -- It All Depends -- Spilling Over -- The Form of Light -- Blink -- How Are You? -- Gently, So Gently -- As the Bully World Turns -- The Eye of the Observer -- Me, Too -- The Only One -- Pow! -- Tompkins Square -- Ever-Shifting -- Room to Run -- Fair Share -- Now and Again -- Up, Over and Away -- One Bridge Down -- Don't Worry -- A Lot of Things -- In a Six Mile Stretch -- Private Eye -- Leaf in Hand -- Coyotes -- Chocolate -- With a Bang -- On the Carpet -- Take a Cab.
Call Number
JFE 21-4968
ISBN
  • 0935992502
  • 9780935992502
Author
Henning, Barbara, author.
Title
Digigram / Barbara Henning.
Publisher
New York : United Artists Books, 2020.
Edition
First edition.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary
"While I'm nowhere near as anti-establishment or as abrasive as the Baroness [the dadaist Elsa Von Freytag-Lorenhaven], I did pick up on her rhythms and started translating my poems into ecliptic digital messages that I called "digigrams".--Process Note.
Chronological Term
2000-2099
Research Call Number
JFE 21-4968
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