Best Read [J.R. Carpenter] ✓ Generation[s] || [Nonfiction Book] PDF ↠

By J.R. Carpenter | Comments: ( 219 ) | Date: ( Sep 21, 2019 )

GENERATION S expands upon a series of short fictions generated by Python scripts adapted with permission from two 1k story generators written by Nick Montfort, and incorporates GORGE, a never ending tract spewing verse approximations, poetic paroxysms on food, consumption, decadence and desire, a hack of Montfort s elegant poetry generator Taroko Gorge There was only oGENERATION S expands upon a series of short fictions generated by Python scripts adapted with permission from two 1k story generators written by Nick Montfort, and incorporates GORGE, a never ending tract spewing verse approximations, poetic paroxysms on food, consumption, decadence and desire, a hack of Montfort s elegant poetry generator Taroko Gorge There was only one rule in creating GENERATION S No new texts All the texts in this book were previously published in some way The texts the generators produce are intertwined with the generators source code, and these two types of texts are in turn interrupted by excerpts from the meta narrative that went into their creation Most of the sentences in the fiction generators started off as Tweets, which were then pulled into Facebook Some led to comments that led to responses that led to new texts All these stages of intermediation are represented in the print book iteration of GENERATION S.


  • Title: Generation[s]
  • Author: J.R. Carpenter
  • ISBN: 9783950291032
  • Page: 183
  • Format: None

About Author:

J.R. Carpenter

J R Carpenter is a Canadian born UK based poet, fiction writer, essayist, and pioneering author of digital literature She is winner of the CBC Quebec Short Story Competition 2003 2005 , the Carte Blanche Quebec Award 2008 , the Expozine Alternative Press Award for Best English Book for her first novel, Words the Dog Knows 2008 , the Dot Award for Digital Literature 2015 , and the New Media Writing Prize 2016 Her most recent book, The Gathering Cloud, calls attention to the environmental impact of cloud computing by recounting a quirky history of the clouds in the sky, with a foreword by media theorist Jussi Parikka and a afterword by poet Lisa Robertson For information about J R Carpenter, please visit her website luckysoap



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