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Amusements & Useful Devices from K. A. Wisniewski

Creative Work


Marcel Lecomte, “Interior” and “Forest,” PING-PONG 4 (2015): 27-28.

Marcel Lecomte, “Number” and “The Schoolmaster” Blue Lyra Review 14.1 (Spring 2015): n. pag.

Marcel Lecomte, “Elegy,” “Irene,” “Humanity,” “Madrigal,” “Bird—divine,” “A pale light,” and “The poet,” Toad Suck Review 5 (2015): 53-57.

Marcel Lecomte, “Carnival,” MAYDAY Magazine 6 (Fall 2012): n. pag.

Marcel Lecomte, “Nuances,” basalt 7.1 (2012): 33.

Marcel Lecomte, “New Season,” “Cat,” and “Earth,” The Chariton Review 34.2 (Fall 2011): 102-105.

For more on Marcel Lecomte, click here.

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“The Fisherwives of Lisbon,” “Stalagmite,” “Tourism,” “In a Dresden Museum,” “How to Fold a Map II,” Coldnoon Travel Poetics: The International Journal of Travel Writing. 20 May 2016. Web.

“Venus and Mars, the Leviathan,” Tule Review 23 (2016): 39.

“Shopping in Tuscany,” Sour Grapes: A Journal of Literature & Art 3 (2016): 13.

“Hands Off,” Arsenic Lobster Poetry Journal 38 (Summer 2015): n.pag.

“How to Fold a Map,” Clackamas Literary Review 17 (2013): 14-15.

“The Wolves among Us,” Third Wednesday 5.3 (Fall 2012): 28.

“Rachael’s Story,” Bluestem (March 2012): n. pag.

“Japonica” and “Mushroom Hunting,” Chiron Review 94 (Spring 2011):  29.

“Grandfather Tongue,” CAIRN: The St. Andrews Review 46 (2011): 26.

“Tova,” Sierra Nevada Review 21 (2010): 3.

“Cold Coffee” and “Harvest Mice,” Mochila Review 10 (2008): 60-61.

“A Cyclic Episode,” Welter 21 (2004): 50.

Essays, Commentaries, & Creative Non-Fiction

“A Taste of Peppermint,” R.kv.r.y. Quarterly Literary Journal 12.4 (Fall 2015): n. pag.

“Comment to Chappelle?: The Return of Dave Chappelle and the Future of Comedy,” The Artifice, 30 June  2014: n.pag.

“In/Operable: Watching Lady Macbeth,” Fuse 4.2 (2006): 18-27.

“ECO-ECHO: The Same Old Problems with Nature,” Court Jester 2.1 (2005): 3-7.

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Artist Books

Phloxes Mutter. (Baltimore, MD: Textshop Experiments, 2016).  20 copies.

Bug Hunt. (Wilmington, DE: Magpiety Press, 2010).  50 copies.

Spectatorship. (Wilmington, DE: Magpiety Press, 2010).  22 copies.

Remember to Breathe: Attempts at Music. M.A. Thesis, 2005. (Baltimore: University of Baltimore, 2005).  25 copies.

the troubles that come . . . with reading. (Baltimore: Eclectus Press, 2004). 20 copies.

Since my graduate studies in the Creative Writing & Publishing Arts program at the University of Baltimore in 2004, I have created over two dozen little books: comb-bound, staple-bound, taped, and glued . . . stitched with ribbon and with string and even with the strings of musical instruments . . . ripped, shredded, wrinkled and folded . . . origami, playing cards, greeting cards, and prayer flags.  Please click on the hyper-linked titles above for a description of these two works.  Click here for my brief reflection on Artist Books.

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“For the Crows” (poem). (Baltimore, MD: Hot Air Press, 2015).

“An Ode. For the 4th of July 1788.” (poem by Francis Hopkinson).  (Baltimore, MD: K. A. Wisniewski, 2017).


Digital Projects

A list of my digital projects, including music and videos, are coming soon!

In the meantime, I am currently building MD BY MAIL, a website dedicated to studying the post offices of Maryland . . . A brief description is posted under Current Projects.  Check it out!

LINKS DEMO copy In addition, with Felix Burgos, I am currently building the Ulmer Textshop, a critical companion website to the forthcoming Electracy: Gregory L. Ulmer’s Textshop Experiments edited by Gregory L. Ulmer, Craig Saper and Victor J. Vitanza and published in the Emergence Series (edited by Victor E. Taylor) by Noesis Press, an imprint of The Davies Group, Publishers.textshop logo


Longfellow Engraving

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