Poems & Videopoetry 


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Tom Konyves is a Canadian videopoetry pioneer and author of the newly released "Videopoetry: A Manifesto". In 1978, Tom Konyves coined the term “videopoetry,” a genre he pioneered as a member of The Vehicule Poets - a Montreal avant-garde group. His first videopoem, Sympathies of War, used slides, live performance, and typed text on the screen. His most recent videopoem is All This Day Is Good For, a collaboration with his son, Alexander. Konyves has initiated public poetry projects, including The Great Canadian Poetry Machine (Expo 86); curated Montreal’s first Concrete Poetry Exhibition (Vehicule Art, 1980); and given numerous poetry performances. His collection, Videopoems 1978-2008, is available on DVD (AM Productions, 2008). He currently teaches screenwriting and “Word and Image,” a creative visual writing course, at the University of the Fraser Valley, in Abbotsford, British Columbia.


Love Poems, Asylum Publishing 1976
Proverbsi (with Ken Norris) Asylum Press, 1978
No Parking, Vehicule Press, 1978
Poetry in Performance, Muses Co. 1982
Ex Perimeter, Caitlin Press, 1988
Sleepwalking Among The Camels, Muses Co. 1995
OOSOOM (Out Of Sight Out Of Mind) BookThug 2007

Perdect Answers to Silent Questions, Ekstasis Press, 2015

Videopoetry 1978-2008

    Sympathies of War (1978)
    Yellow Light Blues (1980)
    And Once they have Tasted Freedom (1981)
    Quebecause (1982)
    Sign Language (1985)
    Percussion 16 MM FILM B&W (1993)
    Hopscotch 16 MM FILM B&W (1993)