A LITTLE WHITE SHADOW by Mary Ruefle
Selectively painting over much of a forgotten nineteenth-century book,
Ruefle's ninth publication brings new meaning to an old story. What
remains visible is delicate poetry: artfully rendered, haunted by its
former self, yet completely new.
NETS by Jen Bervin
In Nets, poet and artist Jen Bervin strips Shakespeare's sonnets "bare
to the nets," chiseling away at the familiar lines to reveal surprising
new poems, while pointing obliquely at the unavoidably intertextual
ground of writing.
[where late the sweet] BIRDS SANG by Stephen Ratcliffe
"...a writing through of Shakespeare’s sonnets, which seems to have been partially erased. For each sonnet, only a few words appear where they appeared in Shakespeare’s texts, so that it seems that the rest of Shakespeare’s poem was deleted." --Vincent Broqua Jacket2
RADI OS by Ronald Johnson
First published in 1977, Ronald Johnson's Radi os revises the first
four books of Paradise Lost by excising words, discovering a modern and
visionary poem within the seventeenth-century text.
A HUMUMENT by Tom Phillips
A HUMUMENT is a treated book by British artist Tom Phillips based on
the Victorian novel 'A Human Document' by W.H. Mallock.