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TT. O TT. O i(A18486 works by) ( Pi O ) (a.k.a. P. O.; Peter Oustabasidis; Peter Oustabasides; Pi O; Π.Ο. )
Born: Established: 1951 Katerini, Macedonia,
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: ca. 22 Jul 1954
Heritage: Greek
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П. O. (Pi O) was raised in Fitzroy, Melbourne and has worked as a draftsperson in the Titles Office, Law Department of the Victorian State Government. A visual, 'concrete' poet, he began writing in 1970, moving into concrete poetry through his own experiments and was delighted when he discovered it also through his reading. He became a major participant in Melbourne's concrete and performance poetry community and has participated in international exhibitions of concrete poetry in Amsterdam and Nevada, USA. As a member of a number of collective presses he has edited many small magazines, including Fitzrot, Born to Concrete, Free, Free Too, Free Read, I's and E's, and 925. He has also contributed to magazines such as Ploughman, Contempa, Magic Sam, Luna and Your Friendly Fascist.

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