Virtual Muse by Charles O. Hartman
Experiments in Computer Poetry (Wesleyan Poetry Series)

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A poet-programmer explores the intersection of reading, writing, and computing.

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CHARLES O. HARTMAN is Professor of English and Poet in residence at Connecticut College, author of Glass Enclosure (Wesleyan Poetry, 1995) and Jazz Text (1991), and coauthor of Sentences (1995). His prose program is available on the World Wide Web. Hartman's memoirs about how computer programming helped him probe poetry's aesthetic possibilities.
Published August 15, 1996 by Wesleyan. 164 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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