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Infinity's Kitchen #4 By Dylan Kinnett
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Infinity’s Kitchen is a graphic literary journal of experimental literature. This is the fourth issue. There's nothing about some writing that makes it uniquely written. It could be heard, or... More > seen, with little difference. Is there a between talking and reading out loud? Is there a type of verbal personality that can only be expressed by writing it down, by making it visible?< Less
Infinity's Kitchen #4 By Dylan Kinnett
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Infinity’s Kitchen is a graphic literary journal of experimental literature. This is the fourth issue. There's nothing about some writing that makes it uniquely written. It could be heard, or... More > seen, with little difference. Is there a between talking and reading out loud? Is there a type of verbal personality that can only be expressed by writing it down, by making it visible?< Less
Infinity’s Kitchen № 6 By Dylan Kinnett
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Infinity's Kitchen is an experimental literary journal We seek work that is the product of a new recipe, or work from an existing recipe compellingly redefined. This issue features word squares,... More > redacted lyrics, visual poetry collage, homophonic countdowns, the phrase "horsey horsey po po," modified sonnets and more.< Less
Infinity's Kitchen no. 5 By Dylan Kinnett
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Weighing in at more than 100 pages, this is the largest edition of Infinity's Kitchen ever. It includes constrained writing, antonymic poetry, a hypertext cento poem, visual poetry, algorhythmically... More > generated poetry, socially generated poetry, literary criticism, prose in russian doll form and even an apocalyptic press release, all from 15 international contributors.< Less
Infinity’s Kitchen № 7 By Dylan Kinnett
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Infinity’s Kitchen is an experimental literary journal. It is designed to explore a place for literature in a post-digital setting. We seek work that results from new recipes, or from existing... More > recipes that have been compellingly redefined. We seek to experiment with the ways that literary work is presented to its audience. The seventh issue contains visual poetry, constrained writing, essays, mail art, and more: all from 18 international contributors: Abinadi Meza, Bruno Neiva, Christopher Shipman, Danni Wilson, Francesco Aprile, Gregory Gathman, Gunnar Jaeck, JL Bogenschneider, Joachim Frank, Justin Sirois, Kevin Halleran, Kevin Logan, Michael R. Griffiths, Osvaldo Cibils, Patrick Warner, Rehan Qayoom, Susana H. Case, Timothy Juhl, and Tom Konyves.< Less