Khôra to publish “Passport” videopoem for Zita

I am so honoured to have recently heard the news that Khôra will be publishing my poem “Passport”, which was written for my mother, Zita, who recently passed away in April after a brave and harrowing fight against brain cancer. The video poem will also be featured. It was co-created graciously by visual artist Michael…… Continue reading Khôra to publish “Passport” videopoem for Zita

Finalist! 2023 Poetic Phonotheque (Denmark)

So pleased to announce that my video poem, Caterpillar Suit, was selected for Poetic Phonotheque’s 2023 Nature & Culture – International Poetry Film Festival in Denmark. About the video poem“Caterpillar Suit” was inspired by the sculpture artist, Walter Oltmann. His sculpture is featured in the video alongside public-domain stills created by Latvian artist,…… Continue reading Finalist! 2023 Poetic Phonotheque (Denmark)

Sound poetry from the past

Found a smattering of my old poems (sound files) from Opaque Lunacy, a collection that never came to be. More to come (maybe?) The following poems were recorded in 2003-2005. Enjoy 20-something me trying to pull it off in GarageBand (read: lots of reverb and echo). (Pekingese Mountain, Eggs Internacionale, Thin Life, Integers, Lip Service,…… Continue reading Sound poetry from the past

Ex-Puritan inaugural hybrid/ experimental night

Back in Feb/March 2023, The Ex-Puritan magazine launched their new hybrid/experimental section with an online/in-person reading. I was fortunate to show my work, White Stockings (videopoems) alongside amazing artists/ poets such as MA|DE, Gary Barwin, and Khashayar Mohammadi, among others. The Ex-Puritan Hybrid/Experimental space is a place for exploring experimental and multi-form writing in combination…… Continue reading Ex-Puritan inaugural hybrid/ experimental night

Pamenar Press publishes video poems

Very pleased to announce that Pamenar Press (UK) has published two of my video poems that work with experimental methods of translation. Check them out here.

Published in The Puritan

My video poem, “My Vestibule School” is a piece from my collection, “Between Plague and Kleptocracy”… the videopoem is a collaboration with AR visual artist Michael Lewy. It will be featured the in the inaugural Hybrid/Experimental section of The Puritan as part of Issue 59: Fall 2022! Stay tuned for the link!

LCP Reading

I was honoured to read alongside Canadian poets Amanda Merpaw, Kerry Jo Bell, Kimberley Orton, Margaret Code, Simon Constam, and Vironika Wilde!

New poems in Schlag

So excited to announce a few poems from my upcoming chapbook, Lines of Demarcation, are featured in a recent issue of Schlag.

Keeping up…featured on moving

“I fear we have not been keeping up with the always-original videopoetry of Lina Ramona Vitkauskas. This one from last year has a pretty intriguing origin story: It began with Chilean poet, Vincente Huidobro. The opening / preface of his poetic masterpiece, Altazor, launches into a metaphysical cascade of imagery. This was exciting to a young…… Continue reading Keeping up…featured on moving

Plukanian poem at Boston CyberArts Gallery

Excited to announce that my collaboration with visual AR artist and curator Michael Lewy will be a part of an exhibit called Alpha 60 at Boston CyberArts gallery. Michael is a visionary artist and curator who worked with Hoverlay on this multi-geo-locational installation. Plukanian Poem Kappa (presses) KOO The visator (detects) KOO We do not rank differently You and I (From) Tentura to Antitentura (Not…… Continue reading Plukanian poem at Boston CyberArts Gallery

New cinepoem • Translating Myself

I revisit the idea of innate language—languages we have always known and have yet to speak. One of my last cinepoems, Keeping Up with the Huidobros, used a confrontational method of translating a translation, more specifically, leveraging the homophonic (sound) to get new meaning from poems.  In this latest cinepoem, “Translating Myself”, I apply…… Continue reading New cinepoem • Translating Myself

Selected! International Migration & Environmental Film Festival 

Humbled and pleased to announce that three of my cinepoems have been selected to be screened at the International Migration & Environmental Film Festival (Winnipeg, Canada). The International Migration and Environmental Film Festival is a non-profit cultural organization that raises awareness about migration and environmental issues through the medium of film. The event will take…… Continue reading Selected! International Migration & Environmental Film Festival 

New Cinepoem Series • Mosaic of Time

I’m curating a monthly cinepoem series for Mutable, my former publisher.  Please check out “Mosaic of Time” on a monthly basis to view future, featured cinepoems and the evolution/creation of a “mosaic” film. Stay tuned!