Tag: video

Big as the Earth

by Joe Bisicchia Accessible version: Yes, there’s an elephant in the room. Shall we ignore it? Wish it to just go away? Perhaps we should take it for a walk. Talk with it along the way. © 2018 Joe Bisicchia Joe Bisicchia was an… Continue Reading “Big as the Earth”

FoldedFlix: #SmallPressLife

A little montage we put together for our presentation to 1 Million Cups Franklin Falls on 4 April 2018. Descriptive text for the visually impaired: The public sees the glamour of books… photo of books on display at a book show photo of Ben… Continue Reading “FoldedFlix: #SmallPressLife”

Lab(orare est orare)

by Peg Duthie Accessible version: Lab(orare est orare) Cleaning glass with clammy hands, coaxing clues onto whiteboards — on we press: oncological hide-and-seek. ©2018 by Peg Duthie Peg Duthie would like you to visit her home in cyberspace: http://zirconium.dreamwidth.org.


by Greg Hill Accessible version: Oh for all the world, so few could solve my riddled heart as you ©2018 by Greg Hill Greg Hill is a writer and voice-over talent in West Hartford, Connecticut, where he spends evenings composing little tunes for his… Continue Reading “Oh”

Author Q&A with Kevin Griffith

Join Kevin Griffith, author of 101 KINDS OF IRONY and professor of English at Capital University, to discuss his humorous treatment of this literary concept.

Author Q&A on GoodReads

We are launching an Author Question and Answer series on our new group at GoodReads. This week, we kick off with Dorothee Lang and Smitha Murthy, authors of WOR[L]DS APART.

3Cheers Spring 2010

And the winners are: This video was unveiled at our live chat on Skype last night. If you would like to be present at future 3Cheers unveilings, please log in to your Skype account and search for “foldedword” in the directory. Add us as… Continue Reading “3Cheers Spring 2010”

Bulls love Herons

We just got the coolest video link in our email box

Launched: The Wait of Atom

At last, our first chapbook has officially launched. Our launch party on the ning was a howling good time last night, I mailed the first batch of hand-crafted print chapbooks this morning, and the e-books are ready for purchase.