@ranjit i think that i shall never see / a poem as massive as
@everest this is a good idea! I know that McNally Jackson had one at some point, maybe still does? and it looks like there's one at Shakespeare and Co. now, hmm
@dmoonfire ah, ok. good to know how it works with them. thanks!
@dmoonfire I looked at IngramSpark but they seem *really* intent on "publishing" (to the point that "distribution" is the only sub-menu in their "How It Works" drop down) and I don't want to publish, I just want one physical copy of this one thing to see how it looks/feels. (i.e., I don't even want an ISBN) do you think they're okay for that use case?
question: so I want to make a physical version of my weird gan book https://github.com/aparrish/word-gan-book-generator
what's the best print-a-book-on-demand service for this kind of thing? (right now I just want to print one or two as prototypes, so it has to be a service with no minimum)
I'm aware of Lulu and Blurb but wondering if there are other choices.
(alternatively if you know of a publisher who might want to print this for real, lmk...)
@ranjit there are really only two algorithmic poems: Tristan Tzara's newspaper cut-up and Mad Libs. everything else is just variations on those
heteronormativity, lewd-adjacent, immature, whatever, just clicking post
found the after dark section of bolt depot https://www.boltdepot.com/Sex_bolts_and_Mating_screws.aspx?nv=l
@clarity this is an actually really good idea
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