I finished my work on this project for March (technically a day late, on Sunday, but pretend I didn’t say that). I’ve posted the list at Experimental Literature Links. It’s meant to be a starting point for exploring works of experimental literature. I needed a more organized way to find them than the random searches I’d been doing.
The list is far from finished, and I don’t want to wait too long to add to it, so I’m going to try to finish up April’s project early so I can work on this one a bit more.
Since this month’s work on this project got started because a YouTuber I watch challenged us to read House of Leaves, I also wrote a post in his subreddit that summarized the discussions of House of Leaves in the book I’m working from, The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature. Of course the real point was to introduce people to my list. ? The post was its own mini-project. It took me 2-3 hours to write.
April’s project will be an addition to my guide to navigating the world of comics. I want to assemble my DC reading list as an example of how the method works. The reason I’m doing this in April is to have an update to share with people before Free Comic Book Day on May 4.
I’m going to try to do this update in two weeks so I can return to my experimental literature list for the rest of the month.
I’m 2/3 through my audio Bible now. I should finish it on Friday. Then I’ll write a post to comment on what I heard.