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Chapbooks

The term chap-book was formalized by bibliophiles of the 19th century, as a variety of ephemera (disposable printed material), popular or folk literature. … The term is also in use for present-day publications, usually poetry, of up to about 40 pages.
– Wikipedia

Gnoetry Daily – Volume 1 (pdf)
by Eric Elshtain, eRoGK7, Matthew, edde addad, nathanielksmith, and DaveTolkacz
Special appearance by chadahardy. Foreword by C.T. Funkhouser

A selection of poems from the first few years of the Gnoetry Daily blog.


 

with[in] Genesis (pdf)
by Matthew

Two poems for each chapter of Genesis, the first poem using the character n-gram generator charNG, the second poem using the diastic reader eDiastic.


 

with[in] Revelation (pdf)
by Matthew

Two poems for each chapter of Revelation, the first poem using the character n-gram generator charNG, the second poem using the diastic reader eDiastic.


 

with[in] Exodus (pdf)
by Matthew

Two poems for each chapter of Exodus, the first poem using the character n-gram generator charNG, the second poem using the diastic reader eDiastic.


 


Lovecraft Remixed (pdf)
by Matthew and edde addad

A loathesome collection of poetry composed with a number of interactive generators from the text of horror/fantasy writer H.P. Lovecraft and others. R’nafhthtafh’nafh mglwglyeh’l!!!


 

Of course you can read these however you’d like, but we particularly recommend printing them out at 2 pages per sheet, horizontal layout.

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