Michael Basinski

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Michael Basinski (born 1950 Buffalo, New York) is an American text, visual and sound poet. He is the curator of The Poetry/Rare Books Collection of the University Libraries, State University of New York at Buffalo. He performs as a solo poet and with the performance/sound ensemble, Bufffluxus.[1]

Selected works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Mooon Bok. Leave Books. 1992. 
  • Red Rain Two. Run Away Spoon Press. 1992. 
  • Cnyttan. Meow Press. 1993. 
  • Flight To The Moon. Run Away Spoon Press. 1993. 
  • Vessels. Texture Press. 1993. 
  • Odalisque. Word Outa Buffalo. 1995. 
  • SleVep. Tailspin Press. 1995. 
  • Barstokai. Meow Press. 1996. 
  • Empty Mirror. Non Compos Mentis Press. 1996. 
  • Heebie Jeebies. Meow Press. 1996. 
  • Idyll. Juxta Press. 1996. 
  • Un Nome. Run Away Spoon Press. 1996. 
  • From Wooden Unguent-Spoon In the Shape of a Girl Swimming and Reaching Out to Touch a Duck. 1998. 
  • Book of Two Cartouche. 1999. 
  • Fine White Out Lines. 1999. 
  • By. House Press. 1999. 
  • Beeseechers. Light And Dust Books. 2000. 
  • The Doors. House Press. 2000. 
  • Mool. Writers Forum. 2000. 
  • Mool3Ghosts. Writers Forum. 2000. 
  • Shards of Shampoo. Writers Forum. 2000. 
  • Heka. Factory School. 2001. 
  • The Lay Of Fraya Wray. Xtant Books. 2001. 
  • Song Of Yetti's Dream. 2001. 
  • Strange Things Begin To Happen When A Meteor Crashes in the Arizona Desert. Burning Press. 2001. 
  • Poemeserss. Structum Press. 2002. 
  • Abzu. Run Away Spoon Press. 2003. ISBN 1-898497-18-4. 
  • Idyllic Book. Michel Letko, Houston, Texas. 2003. 
  • It's Alieve. 2004. 
  • Poems Popeye Papyrus. Slack Buddha Press. 2004. 
  • Frogs. 2005. 
  • Fluxus Play Book and Performance Poems. 2006. 
  • All My Eggs Are Broken. BlazeVox. 2007. 
  • Of Venus 93. Little Scratch Pad. 2007. 
  • Welcome To The Alphabet. Redfoxpress. 2008. 
  • auXin. Amphibole Books. 2008. 

Essays[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Van Maele, Francis. "Michael Basinki "Welcome To The Alphabet"" http://www.redfoxpress.com/dada-basinski.html. September 6, 2009.