This creative project focuses on the grammatically interrogative, elusive and allusive sound, and the interrelation between landscape and language. Music and sound, not only in terms of musicality as a poetic device with potential for meaning, but sound as historical sound-vestige(s), runs throughout the collection, as does experimentation with form, syntax, foreign languages and etymology. The research portion of this project was grounded in movements such as French Symbolism, Anglophone Imagism, and Postmodern American Poetry, especially those considered to be experimental such as Susan Howe, Ronald Johnson and Gustaf Sobin.
Veloso, Nathan Thomas, "Parenthetical Elsewhere(s)" (2022). Honors Projects Overview. 213.