– space for libre text and poetry was founded in 2015 by Michael Ebert-Hanke and is run by him as editor. The idea to form a context for free and experimental forms of text evolved out of his own writing practice, to make them visible and open a conversation while focussing on the autonomy of the texts. Based on this idea the texts are primarily published digitally and are not directly linked to the author’s names and their individual personas. Details about the authorship of the individual texts as well as other contributing persons can be found in the credits.

All the texts are considered as free forms, scripts or scores that should be interpreted and read aloud. Every reading is a process of approaching a potentially alien element, a process of appropriation and a gesture which in itself creates new texts. We would like to encourage this type of discurse and licence all texts in under
Creative Commons / Free Culture.

CC BY-SA 4.0

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All texts of are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Attributing the publishing projects name “from – space for libre text and poetry” all texts may be used in any way and shared under the same licence. For details please check the linked license.

All texts of can be found as a repository on github here.

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