Friday, January 11, 2013

from Karl LaRocca's Moby-Dick Compressed -- "An erasure of Moby-Dick removing every instance of a word following its initial appearance in the novel" in Issue 5 of The Agriculture Reader, here. "Larocca wrote a computer program that spat out the first words of every sentence in the novel, then he jammed on from there," they explain over at Electric Literature, here.

P.S. -- if you'd rather drink your books, you might try Rogue Brewery's White Whale Ale, infused with pages from Melville's novel.

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