Naming the Dust

John M. Bennett, Jack Wright, Bob Marsh, Ben Bennett, Michael Johnsen

Audio recording of live performances at Robinwood Concert House and at Skylab, 2008-2009



Ohio Grimes and Misted Meanies

John M. Bennett, Ben Bennett, Bob March, & Jack Wright

Audio recording of a live performance at The Ohio state University’s Urban Arts Space, 2010




Ahhh Dog

John M. Bennett, Nicolas Carras, Allan Revich


DVD with Booklet; includes Fifteen Short Pieces, Studio 1-9, Be Blank, & John M. Bennett in Paris


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La Vista Gancha

John M. Bennett

Book (left): $7.00

Poems in Spanish/Poesía en Español 


Audio CD (right): $10.00

Book & CD together: $15.00

The audio CD is a reading of the entire book book by Juan Angel Italiano



Multimedia DVD (pictured below): $12.00

Includes LA VISTA GANCHA, text and read by Juan Angel Italiano, plus

many other works and performances by Bennett with Nicolas Carras, Scott Helmes, Allan Revich, Be Blank Consort, C. Mehrl Bennett, Larry Marotta, John Also Bennett, Warren Fry, Jim Leftwich, Martin Gubbins, Brad Chris, Michael Peters, K. S. Ernst, Olchar E. Lindsann, & Ben Bennett.



Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.Magnetic Poems by Matthew Stolte
Publisher Luna Bisonte Prods
Published November 21, 2010
Language English
Pages 23
Binding Saddle-stitch Paperback
Interior Ink Full color
Dimensions (inches) 9.0 wide × 7.0 tall
These clean, crisp-looking visual poems stand in contrast to Matthew Stolte’s recent work which makes much use of smeared paint and ink, partial forms, layerings, and other devices to create a veritable storm of lettristic forms and words. In these Magnetic Poems the colorful letter-forms are stable as found, and merely arranged on galvanized metal sheets. There is, however, an inherent instability in the original pieces, in that anyone could move the magnetic letters around. So this book can be seen as a moment stopped in time, as these pieces no doubt look different today. Because even moving them around is likely to jostle their arrangement. Thus this book is a talisman to the inherent protean nature of poetry and of the language of which it is made. -John M. Bennett
(Includes and introduction by Matthew Stolte.)