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artsDFW (formerly the Word) was the premier guide to the arts in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area from 1994 to 2001.
Seagoville Middle School Eighth Grade Creative Arts Bulletin is a collection of poems from some very gifted students in Texas.
Listservs: We used to host a number of email discussion lists, including ones on different kinds of poetry. If you're looking for the Slam listserv, you might check out PoetrySlam.com
4til7 is the website for our own Tim Wood. If you're looking for poems or art, you might find some strange and interesting things there.
Archival Hosted Sites
Question Authority, the is the now-defunct top rated Dallas poetry band featured throughout Texas. Members of the group included Joseph Zitt (Comma), fran carris (the Angry Girl Sextet) and Tim Wood (poetryvideo.com).
Voices is a center for innovative poetry and art, such as poetry video, hypertext poetry and more.
Texas Poet Laureate NOW!: There has been a Texas Poet Laureate post since the 43rd Texas legislature authorized the post in 1933. The office has been vacant since 1994. This page is an effort to get someone into the post again.
Negations: an interdisciplinary journal of social criticism with contributors from across the globe building a dialog on our societies, capitalism and consumerism in the light of our traditions in literature and thinking.
? / , --also known as the Metatron Press All-Stars-- is composed of members of Dallas' Question Authority, the, Washington DC's Comma and performers from across Texas. They dance along the boundaries between composition and improvisation, between music and word, and between stand-up comedy and intellectual depth. Tastes great, less filling. Definately worth catching.