“Like Stars in a Clear Night Sky” by Sharif Ezzat

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“Accounts of the Glass Sky” by M. D. Coverley

Screeen capture from "Accounts of the Glass Sky" by M. D. Coverley. Blue background with black font and the image of little children smiling. text: "Report ont he sky, 1920 / The sky was just there. / No one worried about it. The children / who were at this birthday party have / lived their lives and are at rest, having never / wondered when the sky would / turn to glass. / In 1920, in Hollywood CA, / there was talk of pollution, / but everyone said that it would go away. / And it has '.
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“Wotclock” by John Cayley

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“Windsound” by John Cayley

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“Translation” by John Cayley

“Jean-Pierre Balpe ou les Lettres Dérangées” by Patrick-Henri Burgaud

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“The Set of U” by Philippe Bootz and Marcel Frémiot

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“Urbanalities” by Babel vs. Escha

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This “short story-poem-comic strip-musical” by Chris Joseph and María Colino consists of 10 highly stylized Flash pieces in the Dada and Constructivist traditions. Two particularly arresting poems are “River” and “Sex/Conception” (see images above) because of how they use their images and randomly generated texts.

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“Cruising” by Ingrid Ankerson and Megan Sapnar

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“Stir Fry Texts” by Jim Andrews

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