Tag: blackout poetry

A New Use for Censorship

Austin Kleon (whose name rhymes with neon) describes himself as “a writer who draws.” He has gained popularity with what he calls “Blackout Poetry.” He censors the words he doesn’t need, creating something new out of something old. I was introduced to Kleon’s work through a challenge posted on SoulPancake describing the process. I was immediately intrigued and inspired. I decided this would be  [...Continue Reading]
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