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Visit this site: http://mathematicalpoetry.blogspot.com/

Author:Kaz Maslanka
Description: Blog mainly of "equational poetry," which the author describes as "an artistic expression created by performing mathematical operations on words or images." Posts of "math as a language for connotation," which date back to February, 2005, have included "Introducing Verbogeometry," "Fractal Vispo by Marko Niemi," "Bridges London Conference Proceedings," "Polyaesthetics and Mathematical Poetry," "The Avrin Proposition," "A Mathematical Love Poem By H. K. Norla," "Schopenhauer's Wax," "Poincaré's House," "The American Mathematical Society Has Accepted 'Dog Dream' And 'Tempatation,'" "Mathematickles by Betsy Franco," "John Sim's Mathematical Graffiti Wall," "Five Types of Mathematical Poetry," "Number Poems and Richard Kostelanetz," "Buddhist Mathematics by Karl Kempton," "Mathematical Spam," and "Marius de Zayas & the Stieglitz Circle."

Levels: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College
Languages: English
Resource Types: Graphics, Web-Based Discussions, Poetry
Math Topics: Art, Literature/Poetry

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