Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Zoomoozophone Review - The Asemic Issue - January 2016

Contributors: Alexander Limarev, Amanda Reeves, Ásgrímur Þórhallsson, billy bob beamer, Cecelia Chapman, Cristiano Caggiula, Denis Smith, Dona Mayoora, Edward Kulemin, Ethan T. Parcell, Fabio Lapiana, Federico Federici, Francesco Aprile, Giuseppe Andrea Liberti, Jack Galmitz, Jerry Dreesen, Jim Leftwich, Jim Wittenberg, John M. Bennett, Kerry Mitchell, Lin Tarczynski, Marco Giovenale, Maria West, Mark Young, Mauro Césari, Michael Jacobson, Michel Audouard, Miriam Midley, Mjamj Snjirc, Nathan Stapleton, Nicholas Zhu, Nico Vassilakis, Niranjan Navalgund, Patrick Collier, Ricardo E. Gonsalves, Robert Swereda, Rosaire Appel, Ruth E. Rollason, Shloka Shankar, Stephen Nelson, Tommasina Bianca Squadrito, and Vincent DeVeau
 "Asemic writing, is an abstract  writing style which utilizes non-verbal lines, colors, sub-letteral forms, textures, and symbols of enigmatic origins. Writing is a focused way to get a point across; asemic writing is a non-specific universe of points with an acknowledgement of the unknown–the mystery–the openness. Asemic writing is also raw and unspoiled, as there are no contests to enter." ~Michael Jacobson  


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