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No Categories is the personal site by Dylan Kinnett,
a writer and web developer who makes performances,
recordings, hypertexts, and a literary journal.

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No Categories is the personal site by Dylan Kinnett, a writer and web developer who makes performances, recordings, hypertexts, and a literary journal.

Work In Progress

Reading Series

The Infinity's Kitchen Late Show

The Infinity's Kitchen Late Show is a literary reading series that includes special guests, banter with the performers about their work and their lives, and more. It’s all in a format that resembles a late night talk show. We sometimes throw some fun gags in the mix. It occurs quarterly in Baltimore, Maryland.

Book Reviews

I am an occasional book reviewer for Atticus Review, "a daily online journal that publishes fiction, flash, poems, creative nonfiction, video, music, book reviews, cartoons, animation, and whatever else."

Literary Journal

Infinity's Kitchen is literary journal of conceptual and formally experimental writing. I am the founding editor of the publication, and the host of its quarterly reading series. Here's a video introduction.

Recent Work

Selected Publications

AN INTERNET. Modified book with accompanying hypertext. 2016.

Litanies and Reiterations. Chapbook. 2015.

Portraits and Landscapes. Chapbook. 2015.

The Problem is Larger Than the Products of its Equation; It Remains Unsolved. Poem. In Espresso Ink Volume VI , 2015.

Conversation at the Jubilee Café and Kite. The Light Ekphrastic 2015-03-15.

Untitled Haiku. Poem. In LED Haiku. Ink Press, 2014.

Untitled Haiku. LED Baltimore Billboard Projection. December 11, 2014.

Waiting for Danske Dandridge at Betty's, Reading Sonnets. Literary Review. The Observer, 2014-05-01.

Housekeeping! Poem. Industry Night, 2014-02-26.

Three Poems and a Video Poem. Poems. Otoliths, no. 32 (2014-02-01 ).

Spoken Word

For a writer, editing sound is very much like editing printed words. You can add, subtract, rearrange the sounds in very much the same way that you can on the page. With sound there are other ways to edit, though. You can revise the speed, pitch, volume, echo and decay of the words. It was this aspect that prompted the title "Strange Punctuation”.

Selected Performances

An open mic reading on my sixteenth birthday was the start of a life-long passion for readings, slam poetry, and literary performance art. Here are some recent performances.

How to Rant: a Workshop. Workshop. Microfiction Rowhouse, Baltimore, MD. Saturday, September 30, 2017.

Natural Order. Performance Art and Installation. An exhibition at Cardinal, Baltimore, MD. Saturday, September 16, 2017.

Unicorn Pizza. Spoken Word Performance. Inagural Unicorn Pizza Reading, The Room, Baltimore, MD. Tuesday, November 22, 2016.

Sun Ra. Spoken Word Performance. The Baltimore Kissa Society: A Listening Party for Jazz Enthusiasts, Normal's Books and Records, Baltimore, MD. Sunday, October 16, 2016.

Infinity's Kitchen Reading Series. . Jordan Faye Contemportary Galery, Baltimore, MD. Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

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Blog

Latest Blog Posts

How to Rant: A Workshop

I am leading a workshop as part of the MicroFiction RowHouse project.

Learning to Make Books by Hand

I am lucky to have several friends who are experienced book-makers. With their help, I'm learning to create my own handmade books.

Bowie-esque Spoken Word Playlist

David Bowie's spoken word and other similar recordings.

Snow-Blind and Looking Around

January's a good time for thinking back and looking ahead.

(Ugly) Websites for Writers and Authors

Browsing this exhaustive and useful collection of links for writers, I think most of them have poor graphic design. Why do things for writers have to look so shabby?

Types of Titles

As I see it, there are several different kinds of titles. I'll list them here, with names I made up for them.

Alexander and his collage

When 'It Just Works' Doesn't Work

Downloads, updates, logins, alerts, updates, logins, downloads... when do we ever get to just do what we came to do?

Kenneth Goldsmith’s Controversial Conceptual Poetry

My tea looks like science!

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