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notes from wip 

(research for a new computer-generated asemic piece. the issue I'm running into is that I'm only really interested in lines when they're cutting syntax and/or sound, which means I have to have a consistent methodology for introducing something analogous to syntax and/or sound into the glyph generation process)

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notes from wip 

(the Anne Carson example here looks simple when you draw it out like I did, but the poems themselves are basically a clinic on how to use enjambment to create surprising syntactic garden paths)

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notes from wip 

@aparrish I really want to see what happens if you annotate your input with parts of speech, and watch the output generate whole new ones. “This word is a voun; this one is a prepajative”.

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