Tag: digital poetry

  • Reading the Drones

    Reading the Drones

    Academic article entitled ‘Reading the Drones: Working Towards a Critical Tradition of Interactive Poetry Generation’, exploring what I call ‘interactive poetry generators’ – hobbyist computer software designed to produce machine-generated and machine-assisted poetry – and how they can (and should) be naturalised and studied as objects of literary criticism. Most of the article focuses on…

  • lumpCuts: AI Poetics

    lumpCuts: AI Poetics

    lumpCuts is a series of handmade short-run poetry pamphlets produced using a GPT-2 instance trained on ‘The Lump’, a messy dataset comprising ‘every poem I’ve ever written ever’. To date four sequences have been made, which you can read in their entirety in pdf form below: lumpCuts001: night burns (16 degrees) (edition of 16) lumpCuts002:…