How to include accessibility , alternative text, empathy and equality in Poetry.

A text summary of the Youtube interviews. Starting with SJ Fowler chatting avant-garde poetry, visual poetry and asemic poetry with Beir Bua editor Michelle Moloney King

In an effort to be more inclusive and include accessibility 1 , alternative text (alt text)2 , empathy 3 and equality 4 I decided to try to transcribe some of my past interviews with poets, editors, and artists. I’ve a degree in Tech with a Thesis in The Authoring Methodologies in Web Design I have always made an effort to stary current in all new tech. But shouldn’t this include my soft skills of empathy and being inclusive? The end user is more important then me or the person being interviewed as it is about the sharing of the work and how it could help others…all others and not just a few others.

Here is a summary of Steven J Fowler chats avant-garde writing, asemic poetry with Beir Bua editor Michelle Moloney King. (I have a list of all videos that now have a text summary listed below the green box.)

The internet has revolutionized the way creative works are shared, uploaded, and viewed more than ever before. Embracing this potential, Youtube provides a valuable platform to discuss topics of artistic and literary interests. A perfect example of this is the fascinating Youtube video, “Steven J Fowler chats avant-garde writing, asemic poetry with Beir Bua editor Michelle Moloney King”. In this interesting discussion, two figures in the avant-garde writing and asemic poetry art forms discuss the history and development of their specific field with great insight and enthusiasm.

What are the implications of being a non-traditional artist in todays society, and how might this be explored through writing?’, viewers learn about Avant-garde writing and non-traditional art. The video looks at the definitions and concepts behind both of these ideas and delves into how they can be explored with poetry. Viewers gain insight into different perspectives of avant-garde writing and the implications of being a non-traditional artist in today’s society. By looking at various examples and interpretations, viewers can gain an understanding of the various literary devices and practices that authors use to express their thoughts and opinions. With this knowledge, they can develop their own approaches of thinking, writing, and viewing the world in a more abstract and revolutionary way.

Poetry as art is a concept that has captivated people for centuries, inspiring the creation of some of the most beautiful lyrics and verses that have ever been written. In this Youtube video, viewers will explore the different ways in which poets have fashioned words and images into works of art that can move and inspire different audiences. Additionally, viewers will be encouraged to think critically about the power of poetry as an emotional and reflective art form. Through engaging dialogue and examples from famous poets, this video will provide an invaluable educational resource for those interested in reflecting on the power and creative potential of the poetic form.

This Youtube Video explores both the perspectives of avant-garde writing and non-traditional writing and the implications of being an artist in today’s society. It looks at how artistic practices that challenge the traditional terms of writing and art can be explored through writing like poetry. It highlights how politics, language, and emotions can be used to change and question existing structures and systems. The video also provides insight into the difficulties faced by non-traditional artists who are often unacknowledged or not taken seriously in today’s society. By providing different perspectives and in-depth analysis, it can be seen how avant-garde and non-traditional writing can be used as a way to express individual experiences and create new, unconventional forms of art.

They discuss the unique and creative style of Asemic poetry. Asemic Poetry is a form of literature used to express ideas and emotions in a creative way. The video discusses how the work is intended to provide inspirational and reflective insight into the complexities of life. Through a dialogue on the importance of Asemic Poetry, viewers can gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the unique writing method used by mark making.

Avant-garde writing has become an increasingly popular trend in modern literature, and often appeals to people looking for an ‘alternative’ and often non-traditional take on a classic genre. However, this Youtube video poses an interesting and thought-provoking question – is avant-garde writing always a good thing? Through an exploration of the pros and cons of avant-garde writing, this video seeks to enlighten viewers on both sides of the argument and help them make an informed decision on this divisive topic.

Fowler’s insights into the freedom and creativity of avant-garde writing, as well as his discussion of the importance of uncertainty and unpredictability, can provide valuable lessons for writers of all levels. Michelle’s argument that asemic poetry and asemic media can be deployed to challenge stagnant language, ideologies and social norms is an important one that can inspire contemporary writers, poets and cultural commentators to use their craft to push limits, break conventions and explore new forms of meaningful expression and serving as a great reminder of the potential power of literature, creative expression and art.

  1. The design of products, devices, services, or environments for people with disabilities.
  2. Text that helps translate something visual, such as an image or graph, into a description that can be read by screen readers.
  3. The phase of Design Thinking that involves getting to know your user through research .
  4. Providing the same amount of opportunity and support.

More Beir Bua Press / Moloney King Youtube videos now with a text summary: