Known for his conceptual writing, Richard Kostelanetz utilizes text in his works to powerful effect. In this piece he reflects on the differences between poetry and prose, and how they factor into his own practice.
Richard Kostelanetz (b. 1940) is a writer, artist, critic and editor. His mediums include prints, books, sound and film. In 1965, he received the Pulitzer Fellowship in critical writing, and was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1967. His films have been nominated in different festivals, including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and his book Poem & Stories was selected as part of the best books of 1976 by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. He now lives and works in New York.
11 × 8.5 inches
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