The scope of Geof Huth's poetic production includes handdrawn and computer-generated visual poems (some of them wordless), one-word poems, extemporaneous poems recorded in the act of living, and poems performed in a language that doesn't exist with melodies created as the audience listens. For this year, the year that he is fifty years of age, he is writing each day a poem that is also a letter to someone he knows. He mails each poem out to its intended recipient and posts it to a blog entitled "365 ltrs." He writes almost daily on visual poetry and the textual imagination at his blog, "dbqp: visualizing poetics." His latest book is "ntst: the collected pwoermds of geof huth," a book of 775 one-word poems.