Four Paths by Luke Bradford is a chapbook of visual poetry which will appeal to both poetry lovers and puzzle solvers. It packs four sentences into rectangular mazes. In addition to remaining reasonably legible, the mazes obey various constraints: each is identical in size to the others, has an unobstructed path from the top left to the bottom right, has no passages other than those that form its letters, and has no inaccessible areas.
Luke Bradford is an experimental poet living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His debut collection of constrained poetry, Abacus, is available as a free PDF or for purchase as a book at abacuspoetry.com, and his work has been published by
Spacecraft Press and Penteract Press.
Luke Bradford, Four Paths, 8 pages, 135 x 90 mm, black digital print on heavy light blue stock, stapled. 50 copies were made. 30 SEK, 3 Eur, $3.