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I ♥ E-Poetry

Discover electronic literature at iloveepoetry.com
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As I ♥ E-Poetry continues to develop as a collaborative resource, it is important to recognize those who work behind the scenes to keep this site current. This semester, I had 6 UPRM students enrolled in my Digital Humanities Internship course who brought I ♥ E-Poetry to Pinterest, redesigned the blog using the GeneratePress theme, and have written entries, which will be published this week. Who are these remarkable interns who have cared for I ♥ E-Poetry’s health? Poetry Posters, Thing 1, Word Games, Blog Writing, Pedagogy, Haiku, Poetic, The Life, Scholar
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As I ♥ E-Poetry continues to develop as a collaborative resource, it is important to recognize those who work behind the scenes to keep this site current. This semester, I had 6 UPRM students enrolled in my Digital Humanities Internship course who brought I ♥ E-Poetry to Pinterest, redesigned the blog using the GeneratePress theme, and have written entries, which will be published this week. Who are these remarkable interns who have cared for I ♥ E-Poetry’s health?
I ♥ E-Poetry @ the ASA Conference. Leonardo Flores will be presenting and handing out I ♥ E-Poetry brochures at the following ASA events: Game Over: The Fun and Fury of Electronic Literature Thursday, November 6, 8-9:30 pm, Doheny Library, USC Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: The Fun and the Fury Friday, November 7, 8:00 to 9:45am, Westin Bonaventure, Level 1, Beaudry A (L1) Caucus: Digital Humanities: Scripting the Reader in Electronic Literature Thomas Paine, Bonaventure, Paul Revere, Bigelow, Monologues, George Washington, Asa, Leonardo, Conference
I ♥ E-Poetry @ ASA Conference
I ♥ E-Poetry @ the ASA Conference. Leonardo Flores will be presenting and handing out I ♥ E-Poetry brochures at the following ASA events: Game Over: The Fun and Fury of Electronic Literature Thursday, November 6, 8-9:30 pm, Doheny Library, USC Caucus: Digital Humanities: Digital Shorts: The Fun and the Fury Friday, November 7, 8:00 to 9:45am, Westin Bonaventure, Level 1, Beaudry A (L1) Caucus: Digital Humanities: Scripting the Reader in Electronic Literature
"Takei, George" by Mark Sample: This generative poem uses Nick Montfort’s Taroko Gorge engine to produce a poem about Japanese American Hollywood actor, public figure, and gay-rights activist George Takei. Sample selects words for the generator that represent three aspects of Takei’s life: his time in a Japanese internment camp as a child, his role as Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek, and his work as a gay-rights activist. Hikaru Sulu, Montfort, Internment, Japanese American, Rights Activist, Hollywood Actor, Star Trek, Nick, Engine
“Takei, George” by Mark Sample
"Takei, George" by Mark Sample: This generative poem uses Nick Montfort’s Taroko Gorge engine to produce a poem about Japanese American Hollywood actor, public figure, and gay-rights activist George Takei. Sample selects words for the generator that represent three aspects of Takei’s life: his time in a Japanese internment camp as a child, his role as Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek, and his work as a gay-rights activist.
"Rememori" by Christine Wilks: This poem about dementia through Alzheimer’s disease is structured through the use of a memory game. There’s a series of tiles with question marks that flip when selected, displaying an iconic image, text, or brief animation, accompanied by a question, usually about the person’s identity. Whenever you match a counter with the right one, it disappears until you complete the level. Memory Games, Alzheimer's Disease, Question Mark, Dementia, Food Animals, Counter, Identity, Tiles, Poems
“Rememori” by Christine Wilks
"Rememori" by Christine Wilks: This poem about dementia through Alzheimer’s disease is structured through the use of a memory game. There’s a series of tiles with question marks that flip when selected, displaying an iconic image, text, or brief animation, accompanied by a question, usually about the person’s identity. Whenever you match a counter with the right one, it disappears until you complete the level.
Dear readers,  We are currently redesigning I ♥ E-Poetry, so please be patient with any irregularities in its look and feel over the next few days.  Best,  Leonardo Flores, PhD Publisher Phd, Redesign, Readers, Literature, Dear, Poetry, Playing Cards, Feelings
Site Redesign Underway
Dear readers, We are currently redesigning I ♥ E-Poetry, so please be patient with any irregularities in its look and feel over the next few days. Best, Leonardo Flores, PhD Publisher
“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen: This conceptual generative poem draws lines randomly from a set of 2500 images of book spines, all in the areas of art, theory, and architecture. The result is a stack of 14 books with titles that can be read as lines in a sonnet. The image above is from the Web version, which contains much more information than simply what appears in the titles: color, width, varied typography, author, press, logos, and other pictorial information. Art Theory, Book Spine, Book Images, Spines, Theories, Stack, Typography
“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen
“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen: This conceptual generative poem draws lines randomly from a set of 2500 images of book spines, all in the areas of art, theory, and architecture. The result is a stack of 14 books with titles that can be read as lines in a sonnet. The image above is from the Web version, which contains much more information than simply what appears in the titles: color, width, varied typography, author, press, logos, and other pictorial information.
“Blue Hyacinth,” by Pauline Masurel: Slightly modifying the “cut-up” technique of Dadaist and Modernist writers in her digital work, “Blue Hyacinth,” Pauline Masurel encourages her readers not to destroy the original four poems, but rather jumble them together, stir them up, and weave them in a way that shares in the creative process of generating an individualized text. Modernist Writers, Blue Hyacinth, Jumbled, Pauline, Weave, Encouragement
“Blue Hyacinth” by Pauline Masurel and Jim Andrews
“Blue Hyacinth,” by Pauline Masurel: Slightly modifying the “cut-up” technique of Dadaist and Modernist writers in her digital work, “Blue Hyacinth,” Pauline Masurel encourages her readers not to destroy the original four poems, but rather jumble them together, stir them up, and weave them in a way that shares in the creative process of generating an individualized text.
"abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz" by Jörg Piringer: As researchers like Johanna Drucker and Jerome McGann, Concrete and Letterist poets, typeface designers and typographers have long known, letters have great expressive power and statuesque complexity. And in digital media, fonts aren’t just pretty shapes for letters: they are software with programmed behaviors, seen in the algorithms that determine kerning, for example. Ancient Writing, Kerning, Jerome, Johanna, Digital Media, Typographic, Algorithm, Typeface, Concrete
“abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz” by Jörg Piringer
"abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz" by Jörg Piringer: As researchers like Johanna Drucker and Jerome McGann, Concrete and Letterist poets, typeface designers and typographers have long known, letters have great expressive power and statuesque complexity. And in digital media, fonts aren’t just pretty shapes for letters: they are software with programmed behaviors, seen in the algorithms that determine kerning, for example.
About Kyle Brett Kyle Brett is a current M.A. student at Lehigh University and is a lover of history, coffee, and urban spelunking. Kyle's current research interests include, celebrity in 19th century American literature, inhabitance and geographies of writing, Lovecraftian mythos and popular cultural representations of Cthulhu, and spatial and mapping projects in the digital humanities. Graphic Design Logo, Graphic Design Inspiration, Poster Design, Art Design, Graphic Arts, Graphic Posters, Typography Inspiration, Typography Letters, Typography Design
New Contributor: Kyle Brett
About Kyle Brett Kyle Brett is a current M.A. student at Lehigh University and is a lover of history, coffee, and urban spelunking. Kyle's current research interests include, celebrity in 19th century American literature, inhabitance and geographies of writing, Lovecraftian mythos and popular cultural representations of Cthulhu, and spatial and mapping projects in the digital humanities.
"Konsonant" by Jörg Piringer: This suite of Letterist sound poems for the iOS platform offers several environments and behaviors for the letters that inhabit them.The interfaces go from simple to complex, and Piringer uses phrases with the verbs “draw, control, build, create, and connect” to guide the reader to interact and play with the letters and tools offered. Behavior, Letters, Inhabit, Complex, Suite, Connect, Sound
“Konsonant” by Jörg Piringer
"Konsonant" by Jörg Piringer: This suite of Letterist sound poems for the iOS platform offers several environments and behaviors for the letters that inhabit them.The interfaces go from simple to complex, and Piringer uses phrases with the verbs “draw, control, build, create, and connect” to guide the reader to interact and play with the letters and tools offered.
"10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 " by Anonymous (by way of Nick Montfort): This one-line code poem for the Commodore 64 produces the output you see in the screen capture above, though this short video documentation will show it in action. When executed, it randomly generates one of two characters that look like, / or   (the actual codes are pure diagonal lines used as drawing elements), repeating the operation forever unless interrupted. Poetry Center, Ezine, Perl, Anonymous, Language, Coding, Commodore, Pure Products
“10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 ” by Anonymous (by way of Nick Montfort)
"10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 " by Anonymous (by way of Nick Montfort): This one-line code poem for the Commodore 64 produces the output you see in the screen capture above, though this short video documentation will show it in action. When executed, it randomly generates one of two characters that look like, / or (the actual codes are pure diagonal lines used as drawing elements), repeating the operation forever unless interrupted.
"Bembo's Zoo" by Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich: Based on Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich’s delightful book of typographical animals, this website enhances the experience by providing beautifully produced animations (by Mucca design) that transition from the word for the animal to the animal figure built out of those letters. The sounds by Federico Chieli help breathe life into the animals, bringing us into their world and throwing in the occasional... Junior High, Jr High, Abc Zoo, Animal Sounds, Letter Sounds, Pretty Cool, Art Lessons, Figures
“Bembo’s Zoo” by Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich
"Bembo's Zoo" by Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich: Based on Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich’s delightful book of typographical animals, this website enhances the experience by providing beautifully produced animations (by Mucca design) that transition from the word for the animal to the animal figure built out of those letters. The sounds by Federico Chieli help breathe life into the animals, bringing us into their world and throwing in the occasional...
“Zig and Zag” by Sérgio Capparelli and Ana Cláudia Gruszynskiis: “Zig and Zag” is one of ten ciberpoems created by the writer Sérgio Capparelli and the graphic designer Ana Cláudia Gruszynski for “Ciberpoesia” website that features a series of 28 visual poems created by the Brazilian duo. Like “Bembo’s Zoo,” this is more than just digital versions for visual poems also published in a printed book... Zig, Sergio, Writer, Visual, Celestial Bodies, Graphic Design, Website
“Zig and Zag” by Sérgio Caparelli and Ana Cláudia Gruszynski.
“Zig and Zag” by Sérgio Capparelli and Ana Cláudia Gruszynskiis: “Zig and Zag” is one of ten ciberpoems created by the writer Sérgio Capparelli and the graphic designer Ana Cláudia Gruszynski for “Ciberpoesia” website that features a series of 28 visual poems created by the Brazilian duo. Like “Bembo’s Zoo,” this is more than just digital versions for visual poems also published in a printed book...
Children's E-Literarure by Leonardo Flores: As a father of two children, aged 4 and 7, I m interested in how electronic literature can help them develop digital literacy, beyond the traditional training in paper-based literacy they receive in preschool and school. Creative Typography, Lettering, Typography Poster, Drawing And Illustration, Illustration Design, Zoo, Arts Literacy, Typographic Art
Children’s E-Literature
Children's E-Literarure by Leonardo Flores: As a father of two children, aged 4 and 7, I m interested in how electronic literature can help them develop digital literacy, beyond the traditional training in paper-based literacy they receive in preschool and school.
"a as in dog" by Dan Waber and Marko Niemi: This delightful sequence of minimalist concrete poetry is an homage to Bembo’s Zoo and Anipoemas is the result of a creative collaboration in which the technical and the conceptual become truly interconnected. Its minimalist aesthetic includes technical aspects like producing it with animated GIFs— Bunny Nursery Decor, Woodland Nursery, Girl Nursery, Funny Today, Bathroom Sale, Camberwell, Bunny Crafts, Nursery Mobile, Post Stud
“a as in dog” by Dan Waber and Marko Niemi
"a as in dog" by Dan Waber and Marko Niemi: This delightful sequence of minimalist concrete poetry is an homage to Bembo’s Zoo and Anipoemas is the result of a creative collaboration in which the technical and the conceptual become truly interconnected. Its minimalist aesthetic includes technical aspects like producing it with animated GIFs—