Spacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Nicole Pucci’s Feynmanese. A total of 40 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.
Feynmanese repurposes theoretical physicist Richard Feynman`s visual diagrams of atomic behaviour into an asemic language. Viewed in this way, Feynman`s contorting, hexagonal glyphs become the hallmarks of the post-nuclear age, where atoms conduct violent dialogues in the environment.
Nicole Pucci is a Calgary-based freelance visual artist. She specializes in illustration but also creates assets for indie game development studio BUMP Games and has done graphic design work for non-profit agencies.
Feynmanese is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at email@example.com. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.
Spacecraft Press is proud to announce the publication of HALPHABET by Ken Hunt. A total of 40 copies were produced, all of which are for sale.
HALPHABET reveals an arrangement of three repeating lines of the English alphabet, which allow for the words HAL and IBM to appear in the same vertical column of letters. In this same alignment of letters, the appearance of a third word allowed for a poem to be written when three such columns were placed beside one another.
Ken Hunt’s work has appeared in Chromium Dioxide, No Press, Rampike, and Matrix Magazine. His first book of poetry, Space Administration, was published in 2014 by the LUMA Foundation as part of Hans Ulrich and Kenneth Goldsmith’s 89+ Project. For three years, Ken served as managing editor of NōD Magazine, and for one year, he served as poetry editor of filling Station. Ken’s next two books of poetry, The Lost Cosmonauts and The Odyssey, are forthcoming from BookThug in 2017 and 2019, respectively. Ken is currently pursuing an English MA at Concordia University in Montréal.
HALPHABET is available for $3.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.