“Twelve Blue” by Michael Joyce

Screen capture from"Twelve Blue" by Michael Joyce. Blue background with light blue text written on it. Text: Due to the color scheme, it is both too hard too read and too small to read.
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Michael Joyce’s “Twelve Blue” is a hypertext narrative told from different perspectives. It is possible to start reading at many different points and, as the stories unfold the reader discovers new meanings in old sequences.

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“@DeleuzeGuattari” “Rhiz-o-Mat” and “PoMoBot” by Anonymous

Screen capture from the “@DeleuzeGuattari” “Rhiz-o-Mat” and “PoMoBot” twitter accounts created by Anonymous. Text: Since each of us was several, there was already quite a crowd/Bot without Organs/ Tweet 1: Mountains, forests, water, vegetation. "18 the forces of air and water, bird and fish, thus become forces of the earth."
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This “bot without organs” tweets quotes on an indeterminate schedule and frequency randomly chosen from Deleuze and Guattari’s writings. The generator occasionally punctuates the quotes with a short phrase in slang like “True dat!” This may not even be a bot, but a human being who tweets the results of a random quote search engine focused on their published texts.

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“The Roar of Destiny” by Judy Malloy

Screen capture from “The Roar of Destiny” by Judy Malloy. A green colored background with a text that is mostly in black, but some words are in Spanish and a few in yellow. They have a lot of suspension points. Text: “Where the water meets the sand………… Mining my memories/ soft fur……………………………….. like a miner kneeling by fast moving water/ warm milk………………or a 15 year old boy/ the sound of water……………………………. Seeking images of underdressed women/ rain……………………………………. In cyberspace/ together in the places……. While Mom and Dad lie sleeping/ blood stains………………………… and the other computers in the house/ brown grass on the hills……… silently charge their batteries./ like an old minuet………………../ a flowered dress…………………..a glass of beer………….sleep………………continuously logged on……… low flying planes……….. intermittent pain………….the smell/ white shirt………………….making love……………….the children laughing………………dry river bed………………warm chicken soup………………… never know/ why……………….. nausea…………….footprints……………unwashed windows……………….the pine trees overhead………. Asphalt road……………………./ riding…………………….. the horizon……………..”
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“Exquisite Corpse Poems” by Komninos Zervos

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