Security

by on Jul 21, 2015

(Watch Marie Craven’s video of “Security” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: the text of the Laura M. Kaminski poem “Security” and her bio can be read at The Poetry Storehouse.

 


Marie Craven is a media maker and musician from the Gold Coast, Australia. She has been engaged in online collaboration since 2007 and has contributed to works with artists in many different parts of the world. Website: pixieguts.com

Solar Therapy (Remix)

by , on Jul 7, 2015

Editor’s Note: While Issue 3 was running, Marie Craven made this wonderful video remix of Michele S. Cornelius’s poem “Solar Therapy.” Check it out, and stay tuned for Issue 4, which will be starting soon.


(Watch “Solar Therapy” on Vimeo)

 


Marie Craven is a media maker and musician from the Gold Coast, Australia. She has been engaged in online collaboration since 2007 and has contributed to works with artists in many different parts of the world. Website: pixieguts.com

Michele S. Cornelius lives in Southeast Alaska where she works on photographic art and fills notebooks with poems.

The Red Drum

by on May 21, 2015

(Watch Marie Craven’s video of “The Red Drum” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: the text of the Cristina Norcross poem “The Red Drum” and her bio can be read at The Poetry Storehouse.


Marie Craven is a media maker and musician from the Gold Coast, Australia. She has been engaged in online collaboration since 2007 and has contributed to works with artists in many different parts of the world. Website: pixieguts.com

The Convert

by on Jan 16, 2015

(Watch Marie Craven’s video of “The Convert” on Vimeo)

Editor’s note: the text of the Eric Burke poem “The Convert” and his bio can be read at The Poetry Storehouse or qarrtsiluni where the poem first appeared.


Marie Craven is a media maker and musician from the Gold Coast, Australia. She has been engaged in online collaboration since 2007 and has contributed to works with artists in many different parts of the world. Website: pixieguts.com

five seven five: A Video Remix of an Erica Goss Haiku by Marie Craven

by , on Dec 12, 2014

Editor’s Note: When I started Gnarled Oak, I wrote on the Submissions page that I was looking for work that, among other things, “will inspire others to create.” Well, I am thrilled to learn that one of the poems from Issue 1 did just that. Erica Goss’s haiku “crows perched on wire” inspired Marie Craven (whose video “Belief in Unicorns” also appeared in Issue 1) to make this cool video “five seven five”…


(Watch “five seven five” on Vimeo)

 

Belief in Unicorns

by on Nov 14, 2014

(Watch “Belief in Unicorns” on Vimeo or check out more by Marie Craven)

 Editor’s note: The text of the Neil Flatman poem “Belief in Unicorns” and his bio can be read at The Poetry Storehouse.

 


Marie Craven: ‘I am a media maker and vocalist from the Gold Coast, Australia with a long artistic background including drama, experimental cinema and music. I’ve been engaged in online collaboration since 2007 and have been a contributor to works with artists in many different parts of the world. Generally speaking, I am drawn to dreams, fragmentation, rhythms, narrative. I work intuitively leaving space for synchronicity.’ (from The Poetry Storehouse)