Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

swhispers

penisthesis

snowstormwater

uh-uh-huh

fourfit

Baggingham

indistingvishibl

onyxon

wxy

clitiris

oasoasis

e(lipse . . . ~

synynyms

tweileight

nothing

ingk

l ns m n ss s

indexex

Friday, April 17, 2009

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

rowlow

Affinia Manhattan, Room 1418, New York, New York

On April 11th, a 70-year-old man from Chestertown, a town near me in the Adirondacks, was arrested for writing graffiti on an overpass on Route 9L. (I don't even know where Route 9L--one of the many Routes 9--is.)

Kenneth C. Hopper spraypainted the word "rowlow" onto the Warren County Bike Trail overpass just before 3 p.m. Hopper, who is a doctor of medicine, said that he thought the word was "intriguing" but didn't know what it meant.

Although we might question the judgment of this man, he is a friend to visual poets for his graffiti art and a friend to pwoermdists for his pwoermd. I wonder who told him it was International Pwoermd Writing Month.

pw(o'er)md

plllp

vlllv

blllb

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Saturday, April 4, 2009

pwoermdists

Originally, the word I used for a creator of pwoermds was "pwoermdt," but even I thought that too much a mouthful to continue. Now I call them pwoermdists, which is almost melodious (for a word beginning with pw-).

If you look to the sidebar on the right, you will see links to the work of other pwoermdists, "other" meaning those lucky enough not to be me. Karri Kokko was a participant in last year's InterNaPwoWriMo, but his blog of pwoermds continues to grow ocassionally even though he is not participating in InterNaPwoWriMo II.

Everyone else is writing at least a pwoermd a day for this entire month, and the latest addition was Stephen Nelson, whose "scowords" presents pwoermds in Scots.

Thanks to all the participants this year.

pw(o'er)md

didn'f

Wednesday, April 1, 2009