Cases 11 and 12: Visual and Concrete Poetry
Concrete poetry is poetry in which the meaning or effect is conveyed partly or wholly by visual means, using patterns of words or letters and other typographical devices.
Visual poetry is poetry or art in which the visual arrangement of text, images and symbols is important in conveying the intended effect of the work.
An anthology of modern verse; first poems, by Cavan Michael McCarthy.
Leeds, Eng.: Location Press, 1966.
PR6063.C34 A58 1966
Library's copy is number 4 of an edition of 20.
Bread crumbs: poems, by S.A. Lefkowitz.
San Francisco, Calif.: Tenth Muse Bookshop, 1968.
PS3562.E3748 B74 1968
Cubepoem 3, by John Hall.
Published in the United States between 1960 and 1969.
PS3558.A3784 C83 1960z
Hélices: poemas (1918-1922), by Guillermo de Torre.
Madrid: Mundo latino, 1923.
PQ6637.O63 H4 1923
Joseph H. Silverman collection
Whisper piece, by Bob Cobbing.
London: Writers Forum, 1969.
PR6053.O17 W4 1969
5 visual poems, by Scott Helmes, Karl Kempton, Ian Finlay, Philip Gallo and Jonathan Williams.
Minneapolis, Minn.: Hermetic Press, 1966-1986.