Women Concrete Poets Who Pushed Against the Limits of Language (and Patriarchy)

An article by Cassie Packard in Hyperallergic Magazine

Liliane Lijn’s series Neurographs is featured in “Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959-1979″ , an expansive anthology focused on concrete poetry written by 50 women and published by Primary Information.

The online magazine Hyperallergic covered the anthology in an article by Cassie Packard published on October 5, 2020.  You can read the full article here.

   ” Women concrete poets are generally lesser known than their male counterparts; one poet, Tomaso Binga, drove the message home when she playfully but pointedly adopted a male name. This new release is a welcome antidote to the bulk of concrete poetry anthologies that focus on men (with an occasional appearance by Mary Ellen Solt, an American poet and editor who compiled one of the first anthologies herself).”