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Full Name: Loss Pequeno Glazier
Loss Glazier has made his home in New York state since 1988, when he left the sunny winters and sagebrush of the Southwest to move to Buffalo to participate in the dynamic literary energy of SUNY Buffalo's Poetics Program. A native of the Tejano and Mexican-American culture of south Texas, Glazier at last feels at home among multi-colored fall leaves, snow, and the sweet purity of fresh maple syrup. Glazier is a poet who works in innovative poetry, both in print and digital media. He presents a unique and provocative reading, combining his interest in experimental poetry with a considerable knowledge of the digital possibilities for the written word. As a speaker he is able to: (1) give a traditional poetry reading; (2) present works conceived for digital performance, and; (3) speak on the subject of literature's digital future, and; (4) give workshops on the creation of literary Web sites and other digital media literary projects for authors, artists, and literary organizations. Recent digital works by Glazier include "Viz Études," a series of performances presenting a reading and projection of a number of visual, kinetic, text, and Java-based compositions for electronic space, works which mine the more pliant possibilities of e-poetry and explore the material dimensions of writing in electronic space through the use of elements such as moving text, imbedded sound files, and Java-layered text as properties of writing. An installation of "Viz Études" for magnetic media was included in the "The Next Word" Exhibit at the Neuberger Museum at SUNY Purchase, New York, Fall, 1998. Individual iterations of Viz Études have recently been performed in Buffalo, Albany, New York, the Catskill region, San Francisco, Washington DC, Atlanta, Mexico City, London, Salamanca, Spain, and Bergen, Norway. (Some of these works are available at http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/authors/glazier/viz/ - Glazier is Director of the Electronic Poetry Center http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc , one of the world's largest digital poetry sites. TITLE OF BOOK: Digital Poetics is forthcoming from the University of Alabama Press in May 2001. The collections Leaving Loss Glazier, The Parts, Small Press: An Annotated Guide are still available. He is also the author of numerous published poems, essays, and kinetic works published in print and digital media in the U.S. and Europe.
Circuit Writer Information:
Category: N.Y.S.
Travel Range: Anywhere in New York.
Transportation: Car, train, air.
Dates Available: Almost any time.
Fees: Negotiable but absolute minimum fee is $100-$150 plus travel, lodging, and meals.
Contact Information: NY
Email: glazier@acsu.buffalo.edu
Website (click here)
Author's Timeline:
2001 (Unknown) County
Leaving Loss Glazier
Collection of poetry. 
2001 (Unknown) County
The Parts
Collection of poetry. 
2001 (Unknown) County
Small Press: An Annotated Guide
2001 (Unknown) County
Digital Poetics
(Pub: University Of Alabama Press. ISBN: )
2010 Erie County
Dr. Glazier is Director of the Electronic Poetry Center, State University of New York at Buffalo. 

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