Category Archives: Experimental literature

Weeknote for 4/21/2019

Music 😎 At the beginning of the week, I played synth on our worship team at church. In our Saturday rehearsal the day before, our pianist, Sejeong, spontaneously reharmonized a couple of lines using an odd chord that worked perfectly. … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 4/14/2019

Comics 😐 It turned out the kind of reading order I wanted to create would’ve taken way too much time. DC’s publishing history is just way too long and complicated for a week or two of effort. So I wrote … Continue reading

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Weeknote for 4/7/2019

Site update 🙂 Last Sunday I found out there’s a term for these updates I’ve been posting for the past couple of years. They’re called weeknotes (H/T Baldur Bjarnason). They’ve been around for a while, but apparently they’ve become more … Continue reading

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Update for 3/24/2019

Experimental literature 😎 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 … Continue reading

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Update for 3/17/2019

Experimental literature 🤔 My goal in this project is to create a list of experimental works and links to other such lists. I’m basing the organization on a collection of scholarly essays, The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature. I got … Continue reading

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Update for 3/10/2019

Music 😎 Tuesday I took the afternoon off from work, took a long nap, and then headed out to see Jacob Collier in concert. Jacob Collier trials 1 and 2 passed: the Chicago traffic gauntlet and getting into the concert … Continue reading

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