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Katy Telling, poet, surrealist collage artist, & curator of poeticrituals.tumblr.com, is currently editing in preparation for the release of her first digital chapbook, @frozenwaveschapbook featuring her original poems & mixedmedia illustrations in addition to links, pictures, & sound that lends an immersive quality to her atmospheric poetry of place & nostalgia.

Follow on Twitter @PoeticRituals, tumblr @poeticrituals or @frozenwaveschapbook for previews, updates, & the exclusive upcoming release of Frozen Waves by Katy Telling.

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@poeticrituals is a surrealist poetry & collage account curated by the writer Katy Telling.

Katy is currently editing in preparation for the release of her first digital chapbook, @frozenwaveschapbook featuring her original poems & mixedmedia collage illustrations in addition to links, pictures, & sound that lends an immersive quality to her atmospheric poetry of place & nostalgia.

Follow on Twitter @PoeticRituals, tumblr @poeticrituals or @frozenwaveschapbook for previews, updates, & the exclusive upcoming release of Frozen Waves by Katy Telling.

Remembering Prince, the digital pioneer who fought to shape the internet for the better

Prince died Thursday at the age of 57. To some, the singer will be incorrectly remembered as an artist who hated the internet. Prince did not hate the internet. He was often disappointed in it, but Prince fought, before many others, to make the internet better for artists and musicians. In fact, he was among the first mainstream artists to offer online destinations for immersive multimedia experiments such as these.

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Title “The NCCU Sound Machine” Majorettes Subject Bands Majorettes Students Activities Organizations Description A photograph of majorettes in “The NCCU Sound Machine.” Author/Creator [Unknown] Date.Original 1960-01-31 Learn more about African American History and Photography at “Through A Lens Darkly” TALD documentary and multimedia project - Digital Diaspora Family Reunion.

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