Eryk Wenziak

Author's Bio

Eryk Wenziak serves as art editor of A-minor magazine, art director of A-minor press, and teaches at the graduate level. He is widely published and a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee. He is the author of five chapbooks, including "1975," a long poem on the Cambodian genocide, "4am," a collection of visual poetry and photocopy art, and "Squares (after Malevich)," concrete poems in the shape of a square that explore space and pattern, all composed on a vintage Olympia typewriter in black and red ink. Eryk's first full-length book of poetry, I NEED SPACE, is a collection of visual and concrete poetry and text collage. His text-based visual art is routinely on exhibit in Brooklyn area gallery exhibitions and his photography has been used as cover art for several prominent authors. He lives at

Publications and Prizes

I Need Space
(Deadly Chaps, 2017)

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...the memories return like they do every year at ​this time//black tulips ​breaking through the cold ​wet morning soil fighting for the first rays of a lonely sun
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Last updated: Oct 28, 2018