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[webartery] Menezes tribute and page

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excuse cross-posting, please:

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Announcement from Tom Bell and Loss Pequeno Glazier

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FOR PHILADELPHO MENEZES

Philadelpho Menezes recently died in a tragic car accident. He

was a

poet,

theoretician, professor, and like most of us, he was many other

things to many

people. His loss is tragic and the spontaneous outpouring of

responses that

has

occurred would seem to call for a tribute. (See, for example,

the

post below

from Dave Chirot - or at

http://epc.buffalo.edu/features/menezes/dbchirot.html).

Loss Glazier has offered to host/archive this tribute at the

Electronic Poetry

Center and it will become part of an author page for

Philadelpho. In

addition

to the tribute, we would like to expand the Menezes author page

with

as much

material as possible. I, along with Loss, will edit the tribute

and

author

page.

We welcome your contribution.

Please follow the submission instructions below. It is

essential that

these

instructions be followed so that we can put together this

tribute as

effectively as possible.

THE AUTHOR PAGE

For the Philadelpho Menezes EPC author page, we are very

interested

in

information on any on-line or offline poetry, theory,

bibliographical

work,

essays, etc. or work about Philadelpho. Please send URLS,

Web-ready

texts,

offers to prepare texts, or other information to Tom Bell

<trbell@home.com>

AND

Loss Glazier <glazier@acsu.buffalo.edu>. If someone were

interested

in

compiling a brief bibliography of the work of Philadelpho, we

would

be very

grateful. We also seek photos of Philadelpho.

You may view the newly-constructed preliminary Menezes EPC

Author

page at

http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/menezes/

It is our hope to be able to add substantially to this page.

THE PHILADELPHO MENEZES TRIBUTE ON THE WEB

The Philadelpho Menezes Web tribute will be housed at the

Electronic

Poetry

Center and at the International Association of Word & Image

Studies

web site.

It will be a truly international undertaking.

Submissions can be prose or poetry ready to be placed on the

Web sent

as an

e-mail message or as an HTML file. We are also accepting sound,

visual, or

kinetic/programmed works in digital media. If you have a work

to

contribute

but

do not have the skills to prepare it for the Web, please send

us a

note and we

will try to help if possible. In order to get the file to us,

please

follow

these guidelines.

1) For e-mail postings or HTML files. Please send these to Tom

Bell

<trbell@home.com> AND Loss Glazier <glazier@acsu.buffalo.edu>

with

"For the

Philadelpho Menezes Tribute" in the subject line of your

message.

Note: If you

are attaching an HTML file, please rename so that our e-mail

programs

will not

read it into the message. (That is, if you are sending a file

called

mytext.html, rename it to mytext-html so that it can be most

efficiently

retrieved.)

2) For file formats other than html files, please query before

sending any

files as attachments unless they are very small. For larger

files,

please send

a letter of inquiry via e-mail to Tom Bell <trbell@home.com>

AND Loss

Glazier

<glazier@acsu.buffalo.edu> letting us know what your

requirements

might be. We

will work out procedures to (a) download the file from your

site or

(b) to

allow you to FTP such files. Rather than writing a link to the

file

on your

server, we do want to archive it at the EPC so that it can be

preserved and

maintained as part of this ongoing resource.

THE PHILADELPHO MENEZES TRIBUTE AT E-POETRY 2001

Through the Electronic Poetry Center and Just Buffalo Literary

Center, we are

hoping to include a Philadelpho Menezes tribute at E-Poetry

2001 in

Buffalo,

New York. (See http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/2001/ for info

about

the

festival.) If you have suggestions for this tribute please send

them

to

epc@acsu.buffalo.edu with the subject line "E-Poetry 2001

Menezes

Tribute" in

the subject line.

We very much appreciate your interest and participation in

these

timely and

important projects.

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End of Announcement

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