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Andrew Brenza (born 1976, in Mt. Kisco, NY) is an American experimental and visual poet. He is the author of the collections Gossamer Lib, Album, in Concrete, Alphabeticon & Other Poems, Automatic Souls, Spool, and Smear. His work has also appeared in numerous journals including Diagram, Five: 2: One, the Beloit Poetry Journal, The Cortland Review, and the Café Review, among others. Reviews of his work can be found in Entropy Magazine, Spam Zine, NōD Magazine and American Microreviews. His work has been collected by several major institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, The Ohio State University and the School of The Art Institute of Chicago.
- Andrew Brenza and Concrete Poetry: “Playing with the Material of Language," Infinity's Kitchen
- The art of writing #42 : Andrew Brenza, talking about strawberries all of the time
- An interview with Andrew Brenza, periodicities: a journal of poetry and poetics
Visual Poetry Collections
- Gossamer lid, Trembling Pillow Press, 2016
- Album, in Concrete, Alien Buddha Press, 2019
- Alpabeticon & Other Poems, RedFoxPress, 2020
- Automatic Souls, Timglaset Productions, 2020
- Spool, Unsolicited Press, 2021
- Smear, BlazeVOX Books, 2021
Visual Poetry Chapbooks
- 21 skies, Shirt Pocket Press, 2015
- 8 constellations, Beard of Bees Press, 2017
- An excerpt from Alphabeticon, No press, 2018
- Waterlight, Simulacrum Press, 2018
- Bitter Almonds, Mown Grass, Shirt Pocket Press, 2018
- A Triptych of Andrews, The Blasted Tree, 2019
- Poems in C, Viktlösheten Press, 2020
- under a digital sky, Trainwreck Press, 2020
- Geometric Mantra, above/ground press, 2021
- Bentley, Scott. "Motherboard: On Andrew Brenza's Automatic Souls." Entropy. Retrieved August 16, 2021.
- Powers, Dan. "(REVIEW) Automatic Souls, by Andrew Brenza." Spam Zine. Retrieved August 16, 2021.
- Vilu, Ethan. "Andrew Brenza’s “Automatic Souls”: a review." NōD Magazine. Retrieved August 16, 2021.
- 4. Knittle, Davy. "Gossamer Lid by Andrew Brenza." American Microreviews. Retrieved August 16, 2021.
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