Welcome to what light already light, the weblog of the poet, digital artist, electronic musician, editor (etc.), Eric Goddard-Scovel. If you want to know more about him, you’ve come to the right place.
A 2009 graduate of the MFA program in poetry at Purdue University, Eric Goddard-Scovel (born Eric Scovel) currently lives in Lafayette, IN with his wife Ekeama, working as a freelance editor while she completes her PhD. He is originally from Polo, Illinois, a small town not far from the Rock River and 20 miles from the surrounding WalMarts. On December 19, 2009, he merged lifeforce and name with the brilliant, passionate and sexy Ekeama Goddard.
Blogs & Sites
I post here semi-regularly with my thoughts, discoveries and publications. My interests mainly revolve around poetry, music, digital arts, politics, and Buddhism.
My blog Markovian Parallax Generate deals with a computer program (mchain) I have used to write poetry. It also documents my early experiments with Gnoetry 0.2 and related ideas/processes in digital poetics. If you would like to download and install Gnoetry 0.2 (not a simple task if you don’t run Ubuntu Linux) you can learn about that there as well.
(UPDATE: See Install the Gnoetry 0.2 on Xubuntu VirtualBox Appliance and How to Install Gnoetry 0.2 from Github in Ubuntu/Xubuntu at Gnoetry Daily for easier installation and use, as well as links to the Gnoetry 0.2 Virtual Appliance Installation Guide and User Manual.) E-mail me directly for additional help (see the Contact page).
The Gnoetry Daily group blog documents and encourages human-computer writing experiments. You may view about 7 years of my work with the Gnoetry 0.2 program (primarily) there.
For a hub to my various blogs and creative web accounts (SoundCloud, Twitter, RedBubble, etc.), as well as info on my freelance editing and formatting services, go to ericgoddardscovel.com.
From the summer of 2007 through the spring of 2008, I was the web editor for the Sycamore Review Weblog. I was web editor of / occasional contributor to the online journal of downtown New York poetry, FOFOOS from 2010-2012. I am currently an administrator and contributing member (eRoGK7) of the group computer poetry blog Gnoetry Daily.
My first collection of work, the e-chapbook a light heart, its black thoughts, was published online (and is free to read) by Beard of Bees Press in March of 2009.
My second collection, ]] and other 9/11 works, was published as well by Beard of Bees Press in September of 2012.
same: a Stein wreader, my third chapbook, is forthcoming 2016 from Beard of Bees Press as well.
- Three Concrete Poems @ NOÖ Weekly
- Five Poems from LINES @ The Bleed, now in print via MagCloud and as PDF via Issuu
- FLAART @ FOFOOS
- Selected Gnoetry poems in Gnoetry Daily Volume 1 @ Gnoetry Daily
- Six Concrete Poems from Faces and Bodies @ Newark Review 3.0
- Poems from same: a Stein reader + process notes @ opon
Reviews, Interviews & Misc.
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