PRLog - Aug. 3, 2012 - The Wrighter (http://www.thewrighteronline.com)
MJ collage by K. Wright
Kobina Wright, creator of The Wrighter, has chosen August to present original work that is inspired by Jackson, and to post nuler poetry from her book titled "50." The book is an entire volume of poetry dedicated to and influenced by the life and work of the superstar.
This August tribute runs alongside The Wrighter’s tribute to Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” (which sold at auction in May of this year for nearly $120 million). Munch’
Wright is a Southern California native who received her BA in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. She has written several other books including, "A Crime And a Simplification Of Something Sublime," and "Raise the Red Teddy: A Single Mother’s Guide to Dating."
Wright has also created several art series including, “Eleven Twenty Three Girl;” Cali Free;” “Fractured;”
Wright has performed in several plays, independent films and commercials.
"50" is available on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/
Nuler (noo.LEHR): A dramatic form of contemporary poetry involving a reversal of traditional structure wherein a rhymed or unrhymed title is an integral component of the overall poetic piece and the title of the poem contains the greatest quantity of content and is strictly comprised of no more than one, usually quite lengthy sentence, which is starkly contrasted by the subsequent poem which is composed of eight words or less. The extreme length of the title characterizes the form and the movement of the nuler poem along with its linked-linear nature, which forces its overt length and weight upon the substantially shorter, ostensibly lighter poem beneath it. The poem component of the nuler, however, with brevity, density and substantiality resists disintegration or diminution through succinct core content and striking contrast to its formidable title with which the poem simultaneously and often ironically compliments by sagacious ignition of language and exposure of what lies beneath the surface value of words.
Also means to collapse in Hodaoa-Anibo.