This collection of five major odes by American poet Adam Fieled: On Love, Ode: On Exile, Ode On Jazz, To Bruce Nauman, To Satan, here on Youblisher, scribed between 2002 and 2016, continues pursuing the aesthetic agenda of Neo-Romanticism, which originated in Philly in the Aughts.
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American Writing: A Magazine and Siren’s Silence were both Philadelphia print poetry journals, operative until ’98 (Siren’s Silence) and ’02 (American Writing) respectively. Now, these pages from the two print Philly journals have been salvaged onto IA: Clean, by Adam Fieled, from SS Vol. 2 No. 3 (’98), and the cover of the [ … ]
Ardent, by Adam Fieled, was recorded at Main Street West (Webster Street Studios) in South Philadelphia in 2004, produced/engineered by Matt Stevenson. All instruments played, all song-poems written by Adam Fieled. Cover image by Matt Stevenson. Now, Ardent in its entirety is on Soundcloud.
This EP of song-poems by Adam Fieled, Eris Temple, was recorded at the Eris Temple, at 52nd and Cedar in North-West Philadelphia, in 2007, produced and engineered by Matt Stevenson. You can also hear the song-poems on this analogue black-out page.
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This pdf by Adam Fieled, on Youblisher, explores the Neo-Romanticism which blossomed in Philadelphia in the Aughts, and its relationship to Philadelphia’s architecture.
This work of visual art, a flier by Jeremy Eric Tenenbaum, on Youblisher and IA, was used to advertise a Philly Free School show on November 30, 2004, at the Highwire Gallery in Center City Philadelphia.
On Internet Archive, this second edition of Early Poems 1998-2005 by American poet Adam Fieled offers expanded content and is bold-formatted for easy reading.
From As/Is group poetry blog, by American poet Adam Fieled, these Meta-Notes involve discussions of Apparition Poems, Cheltenham, the Philly Free School, Philadelphia, Philly architecture, and more.
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Saved by Miracle collects literary and art theory/criticism pieces by American poet Adam Fieled, all first composed and published in 2014. You can read it here.