Aught, no. 9 (2002)

Chris Piuma issue

Chris Piuma is a writer and musician who lives in Portland, Oregon. He is the editor of flim and part of Sad Penguin Records' roster of musicians. Just a few of the many reasons to enjoy his writing are the evidences of influence by OuLiPo and other wonderful avant-garde writings, the use of formal methods and chance operations in composition, and the humor and playful spirit of the writing.

Chris Piuma has long been a favorite at AUGHT, and we're excited to have these two longer poems as our first single-author issue.  — Ed.

 

Contents:

Exercises in Penmanship

Illegal Chain Letters

 

 

More writing by Chris Piuma online:

Ten Sorry Complaints (Progress)
The Ballad of Charlotte Wells and Chris Piuma and Five-word poems (flim)
Six Prime ConsteLlated Sonnets (Aught, no. 1)
Or Less [& Notes]. (Aught, no. 2)
Two Reverse Haikus, Erkthwake!, and No News is Good News (Newspoetry)
Oubliette and Not Mentioning Harper Lee (Swirl)

Copyright 2002, by Chris Piuma. All rights reserved.
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