This month as we approach the 100th anniversary of the publication of D.H. Lawrence’s “The Rainbow,” we invite you to craft a poem sourced from the text.
The first epic found poem? Bot or not? An alternative presentation for visual erasure? And more in this week’s roundup.
Use the Random Text Generator to create a list poem. it’ll be, like, so random.
Donald Trump in haiku, remixing the dictionary, and more poetry news and resources.
The Xenotext becomes is a hopeless pastoral; the ultimate lament for a living text that will both always and never be—a sign that is of us, but is not us.
By News & Resources Editor Martin Elwell. Send me your found poetry news. Computational Poetry Can human interactions be commoditized? See for yourself. Created…
Like a poem, code makes an approximation of an ideal in the way that metaphor attempts to grasp something larger than itself with varying degrees of fidelity and success. In fact, #! expands the kinds of successes that code-based poetry can achieve.
“Rhymes with” poetry.
If memes existed in the mid-20th Century, William Carlos Williams would surely have propagated a few. Alas, WCW passed away before the age of the internet, but he left at least one poem to help future generations go viral.
Cornell “was fascinated not by refuse, garbage, and the discarded, but by fragments of once beautiful and precious objects, relying on the Surrealist technique of irrational juxtaposition and on the evocation of nostalgia…”