This Thursday! In Stereo!

I will be reading from and discussing three recent books this Thursday at 7pm the Harvard Book Store here in sunny Cambridge, Massachusetts. These are:

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Counterpath Press, Denver
a book of programs & poems (pronounced “shebang”)

World Clock
Bad Quarto, Cambridge
a computer-generated novel

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MIT Press, Cambridge
a collaboration with nine others that I organized, now out in paperback

These all express how programming can be used for poetic purposes, and how
new aesthetic possibilities can arise with the help of computing. Also,
some portions of these (which I’ll read from) are quite pleasing to read
aloud and to hear.

I would love it if you are able to join me on Thursday.

2 Replies to “This Thursday! In Stereo!”

  1. Nick —

    Excellent presentation last night at the Harvard Book Store. Apologies if had I staggered full-bore into the realm of gibber-drool-stutter by the time I spoke to you.

    This event really was a bright spot in a challenging year. Thanks for your work.

    Regards,

    /Glenn

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