Authors & Headliners
A rabid avant gardener of all things miraculously strange and strangely miraculous, mild-mannered Glenn Robson works across form and medium—word, sound, and image—refining his un-ique poetics. He is one half of the sound poetry duo Tonguebath (with Jeff Carpenter). His first chapbook un, a limited edition, two-set series of experimental haiku, or “unku”, was published by Edmonton’s Red Nettle Press. He has had work appear in Other Voices, Abandon (Edits All Over Press), dailyhaiku.org, and Action Yes Online Quarterly. At the 2011 Edmonton Poetry Festival, Glenn curated the exhibit Synesthesia: Sound & Visual Poetry, at Latitude 53. More recently, Glenn has been in hiding, hooking himself up to machines and making noise.