“Sea and Spar Between” by Nick Montfort and Stephanie Strickland

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This generative poem produces an expert mashup of Emily Dickinson’s poetry and Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, described in detail by the authors in the introduction to their piece.

Sea and Spar Between is a poetry generator which defines a space of language populated by a number of stanzas comparable to the number of fish in the sea, around 225 trillion. Each stanza is indicated by two coordinates, as with latitude and longitude. They range from 0 : 0 to 14992383 : 14992383.

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“Errand Upon Which We Came” by Stephanie Strickland and M.D. Coverley

Screen capture from “Errand Upon Which We Came” by Stephanie Strickland and M.D. Coverley.  Abstract painting of a natural scene, mostly flowers, against a black background. Stylized white text superimposed on the image transparently. Image is signed "Simone Weil". Text: "Will is broken by the trails of all follitales the Aegean stables,/the straw spun. A Nail/that fixes the center so the register is true--/what the scale hangs on,/not what,/the pointer points to./
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Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1: A Retrospect

Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 1
Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1: A Retrospect

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