Poet Loss Pequeño Glazier is Director, Electronic
Poetry Center, State University of New York at Buffalo.
The Electronic Poetry Center (EPC) is a significant presence
on the World-Wide Web, circulating experimental poetry and digital
poetry to 7 million users a year from over 90 countries. The EPC
is used on the curricula of numerous universities worldwide and
seeks to serve a broad spectrum of members of the experimental
Glazier, a native of the Tejano and Mexican-American culture
of south Texas, is the author of the poetry collections Leaving
Loss Glazier, The Parts, Small Press: An Annotated
Guide, and the forthcoming Digital Poetics (University
of Alabama Press). Recent works include "Viz Études," a series
of performances that present a reading and projection of visual,
kinetic, text, and Java-based compositions for electronic space.
Parts of "Viz Études" have recently been performed in
San Francisco, New York, Washington DC, Buffalo, Atlanta, Mexico
City, and Bergen, Norway. A selection of Glazier's works are available
online: his kinetic
(and other) poetry; a Real Media file of his performance of
Bromeliads" at the Digital Arts & Culture '99 conference in
Atlanta; and a reading of his recent paper, "The
(Im)Material Lightness of E-PoeText", also from DAC '99.