reported in Chevreul's _De la baguette divinatoire_ (1854): a chair that writes novels. A chair that writes novels, a chair... that writes novels. "JUANITA, a Novel, by a Chair, followed by a Proverb and some Select Pieces of the same Author... The literary productions of the Chair are merely the preface of a mystic book, which it will unroll, page by page, before the dazzled eyes of the believers..."
_W.S. Rowley's Occult Telegraphy_ sounds like a pretty great steampunk novel tbh
for my first post on this friend camp account, an autobiography in the form of a list of collections (52!) in my zotero. many of these are directly related to particular projects, a few of them are really intertwined (e.g. nonsense, poetic-sound-similarity-symbolism, sound-poetry, computational-phonology), some are pre-emptive shots in the dark about future directions of research that might not actually pan out ("christianity" only has one entry right now)
Poet, programmer, game designer, computational creativity researcher. Assistant Arts Professor at NYU ITP. she/her
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