‘Insert the poetic where we’d least expect it’: An Interview with artist and poet Mary Flanagan

By Eric Goddard-Scovel, Guest Contributor Introduction Mary Flanagan is an innovative multimedia artist, poet, designer and scholar constantly pushing the boundaries of what art, literature, and games can do in our ever-evolving digital culture. She is the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College and author most recently ofCritical Play: Radical Game … Continue reading ‘Insert the poetic where we’d least expect it’: An Interview with artist and poet Mary Flanagan

Confessions of a Cyborg Poet: Gnoetry, eRoGK7, and Human-Computer Poetry Generation

by Eric Goddard-Scovel, Guest Contributor A very important thing is not to make up your mind that you are any one thing. —Gertrude Stein I am sometimes eRoGK7 and sometimes Eric Goddard-Scovel in my writing. eRoGK7 is the identity I take on when I interact with Gnoetry 0.2 and other interactive poetry programs; it is … Continue reading Confessions of a Cyborg Poet: Gnoetry, eRoGK7, and Human-Computer Poetry Generation

A review of Jeffery Jullich’s Colon Dash Parenthesis

BY ERIC GODDARD-SCOVEL Jeffrey Jullich is the author of Portrait of Colon Dash Parenthesis (2010) and Thine Instead Thank(2007). His poetry, criticism, and translations have appeared in numerous journals and magazines including American Letters & Commentary, Aufgabe, Boston Review, Chain, Ecopoetics, Fence, LUNGFULL!, New American Writing, Poetry, Rain Taxi, Shiny, Spoon River, and VeRT among … Continue reading A review of Jeffery Jullich’s Colon Dash Parenthesis