Thanks for commenting Aberjhani - yes the Anti-manifesto was birthed in a more formal setting thus it is in relation to like docs exploring how poets/creative writers etc. might reflect deeply on what they are doing when they create - think 'Brecht's Surrealist Manifesto':). The notes to the talk on 'the quantum muse' and the 'trickster' element to creative practice are also pretty theory steeped (apologies to those who avoid theory)- though that piece/link/post has its humerous moments! So the challenge as you rightly suggest is to post some examples of this kind of poetics in action - which I'll try to do in coming weeks. Interestingly some Romanian poets associated with Razvan Tupa and taking a lead from Glissant and other poets/thinkers (and the anti-manifesto) contributed writings etc. to a 2009 edition of Poezine (#5) - which is online at Scribd but also accessible via Tupa's blog Romanian Bodies. Poezine #5 was devoted to 'relational poetics' - which is slightly different to TRP but the examples of relational poetry activities included make for interesting reading.