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  • 9th Street Laboratories - Host jake Berry showcases his poetry along with work by colleagues. Links to related pages not limited to poetry.
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  • Click Poetry - David Knoebel's sound poetry site. Highly resourceful use of sound possibilities online. Most are compact and don't require state of the art computer equipment.
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  • Electronic Poetry Center - "The EPC serves as a central gateway to resources in electronic poetry and poetics produced at the University at Buffalo [New York] as well as elsewhere on the Internet." Emphasis on "experimental and formally innovative" work.
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  • Endless Poetry - The poetry on this site was generated using a random poetry generator.
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  • Fluxus - Appropriately confusing site. Includes work by George Maciunus, and Dick Higgins.
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  • Honeysuckle Hecate - A stream of consciousness womanist underwater assemblage of words and images from travels (inner and outer) around the world.
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  • Light and Dust - This pluralistic and comprehensive site includes at least one example of virtually every form of experiment in progress over the last 30 years.
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  • Mez - Australian Mez, also known as Netwurker, writes in a code she calls Mesangelle. Samples, resume, and reviews.
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  • One World Mail Art Show - Good mail art site on many counts: international scope and purpose, school children's section, documentation of show and participants. Perhaps best is the "closeups" section, which includes samples of many mail art regulars. Curated by Mark Bloch.
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