Most people pick up The Salt Lake Tribune and see the news.
This month, Trish Hopkinson picks up the Tribune and sees poetry.
Hopkinson, a Provo poet, is one of 78 writers taking part in a project called Oulipost — created by the Found Poetry Review to mark April, National Poetry Month — to glean poetry out of newspaper clippings.
Hopkinson is posting her work on her blog.
Oulipost is inspired by the experimental writing practices of Oulipo, a group founded in France in 1960, which sets constrained writing techniques on its acolytes. The Oulipost project applies those constraints to newspaper text.