This book is a collection of 50 poems written as a final project for a course on ‘Experimental Writing’ taken with Nick Montfort at MIT during the spring semester of 2013. The popular game of Bananagrams was used to generate word sets for the poems, which were then written subject to the constraints that the… Read more »
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Matthew Fee has studied at the University of Utah and at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of two books, Genesis (Gauss PDF, 2013), and Instructions for Lightning Avoidance (Gauss PDF, 2014). He currently lives in Salt Lake City.
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Seth Schimmel (@strath_more) is from Levittown, Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Philadelphia, studying philosophy at Penn. He is also a co-founder of the web-based poetry and poetics collective, d^a^t^a press.
Kit Schluter is a writer and translator living in Providence, RI.
Deanna Havas was born in New York City in 1989, where she currently lives and works. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011. Some of her recent work includes a commissioned piece for Rhizome’s The Download and an e-book published through Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery in New York.
Maeve Nolan is a writer and poetry student living in New York. She is the current Editor-in-Chief of NYU’s undergraduate literary journal, West 10th.
From the submission: “It is in two parts, this book. The first is literally a rewriting of Emerson’s essay “History.” It stands juxtaposed with panels taken from a text for teaching conversational English—examining any variety of everyday circumstances. The second borrows images from a visual encyclopedia—while gleaning language of ideology (demarcated by complete capitalization) from… Read more »
Two unlikely lovers realize the true meaning of life. The contents of each chapter are composed from words found within the name of the chapter.
Hailing from rural nowhere, Jay Jadick is a filmmaker, actor, and poet based in Philadelphia. He has self-published two books. His first book, The Uncreative Subterranean (2012), was a marathon retyping of Kerouac, advised by Kenneth Goldsmith. He also worked on P(auto)COET (2013) with Dylan Hansen-Fliedner and advised by Charles Bernstein. Jadick is co-director/co-editor/co-writer and… Read more »