Eric M. R. Webb

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Best of the Net 2014: our nominations

Best of the Net 2014: our nominations

emrw:

So, my poem “The Bottoms of the West End of Kentucky” is nominated for annual Best of the Net. And that’s exciting!

Originally posted on pea river journal:

We publish a small slice of each issue online, and that small slice tends to come from our favorite-of-favorites list. Of that small slice published between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014, we nominated seven pieces for Best of the Net:…

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visual-poetry:

»american psycho« by mimi cabell and jason huff

this book was made by sending the entire text of bret easton ellis’ american psycho between two gmail accounts page by page. we saved the relational ads for each page and added them back into the text as footnotes. in total, we collected over 800 relevant ads for the book. the constellations of footnoted ads throughout these pages retell the story of american psycho in absence of the original text. this retelling reveals gmail’s unpredictable insensitivity to violence, racism, and sex. it serves as a blurry portrait of an algorithm that exists in our everyday communication simultaneously forming a new portrait of the lead character, patrick bateman.

jason huff/mimi cabell nyc 2012

here you can download the pdf for free

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Interesting project

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A Challenge / Project

nobullshitreview:

Send in your War.

Your writing your poems your remembrances. It being the anniversary of Sept. 11th, we should recognize all aspects of this mess we find ourselves in.

We will collect and post.

Who knows, maybe we’ll do a special issue.

Send them to: thenobsreview+war@gmail.com as an attachment. Keep it under 750 words.

We will keep taking submissions through December 31.

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The plague you have thus far survived. They didn’t.
Nothing that they did in bed that you didn’t.
from Frank Bidart’s “For the AIDS Dead” in Metaphysical Dog: Poems (via nobullshitreview)

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sagansense:

adlerplanetarium:

The Voyager 1 #spacecraft launched 37 years ago today, and is currently traveling at about 11 miles per second through interstellar space. Though Voyager’s primary mission ended in 1980 after observing both Jupiter and Saturn, it is expected to continue traveling until 2025, when it’s power supply runs out.

And still they move…

sagansense:

adlerplanetarium:

The Voyager 1 #spacecraft launched 37 years ago today, and is currently traveling at about 11 miles per second through interstellar space. Though Voyager’s primary mission ended in 1980 after observing both Jupiter and Saturn, it is expected to continue traveling until 2025, when it’s power supply runs out.

And still they move

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