Michael Gould

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Paintbox Poem

Paintbox Poems

Michael Gould is a Canadian New Zealander, resident in Wellington for the past 25 years, recently retired from a career in administration in health and education; now writing full time. When his book, Surrealism and the Cinema: Open-eyed Screening (1976), was published he had already turned to making visual poetry. Some pieces were published by, or exhibited at, two of Canada’s main venues for experimental art and included in Canada’s first exhibition of colour Xerox art. He was then writing as “mr nice guy”. He then stopped creative writing; starting again only in the past few years, mostly light or lyrical verse. Poems have recently appeared in Snorkel, Meniscus, Landfall and The Spinoff.
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