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Informationist poetry - Wikipedia

Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

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Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

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Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

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Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

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Talk:Informationist poetry. WikiProject Poetry (Rated Start-class, Low-importance) This article is within the scope of WikiProject Poetry, a collaborative ...

Informationist poetry | fifty-two poets

Posts about Informationist poetry written by kayvee. fifty-two poets. a year of reading poetry. ... He is apparently the youngest of the Informationist group of poets

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Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

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Informationist poetry was a literary movement of the 1990s in Scotland. The poets usually associated with this movement are: Richard Price – who coined the term in ...

Informationism - Richard Price

Informationism. Informationism is the term first used by Richard Price in 1991 in the magazine Interference to describe common trends in the work of a group of ...

Informationist poetry - The Full Wiki

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Informationist poetry is a literary movement of the 1990s in the United Kingdom, in particular in Scotland.