two more collaborated poems

Posted by Daniela Elza on Apr 26 2011

As I mentioned a few posts ago the BluePrintReview put out an issue on Synergetic Transformations.

This issue published three pieces I have collaborated on with three different poets.

First up was a poem written with Arlene Ang, memory revises us. The accompanying art is a canvas Arlene’s dad, Ang Kiukok, painted. It is titled: Crucifixion (1969).

And now the other two are up. The poem what alley found in poem is written in collaboration with Christi Kramer, and the art came from
Jeanne Krabbendam, titled Transition.

Temenos is written in collaboration with Robin Susanto and the photo was taken by Robin himself. I am in love with that photo.
Each poem comes with its own process notes.
It was great working together. Looking forward to more collabpoems in the future. Please do check them out and let me know what you think.
Also check out the other poems in the issue. I was surprised to come upon three familiar names.

Do you collaborate? How did it go?
Will you do it again?
What do you think about collaborations?

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