Ted Landrum is a poet, critic, teacher, and artist, with extensive architectural and teaching experience in the U.S. and Canada. He began writing “archi-poetry” in 1989, while studying architecture at Ball State University in Indiana. He then sustained the poetry habit while working in architecture in New York City, influenced by the jazz, theatre, and tumult of that great metropolis. Having lived in nearly a dozen cities, spiraling from Chicago to Montreal, Ottawa to Vermont, Ted now lives in Winnipeg, where he teaches architecture at the University of Manitoba, and continues to juggle artistic, professional and intellectual pursuits. Between distractions, he is building an archive of archi-poetic research at http://www.ubuloca.com.
Posted on: Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Midway Radicals & Archi-Poems is listed in the top five Paperback Fiction titles for McNally Robinson's Best Sellers list for the week of April 23 – May 3. Way to go, Ted!