Posts Tagged: AI

The Clockwork Job Thief

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Ornamental yet functional, mobile yet fragile—do these aesthetic humanoids belong more to the realm of novelty or art?

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Rumpus Exclusive: Cover Reveal for Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love

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Keith S. Wilson discusses the cover of his forthcoming debut, Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love, plus an exclusive first look!

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A Life of Words: A Conversation with Chip Livingston

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Chip Livingston discusses his new novel, Owls Don’t Have to Mean Death, his move to Uruguay, his writing life, and the significance of owls.

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Visitations: Gwendolyn Brooks at One Hundred

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A visitation is how I describe the past weeks walking with Gwendolyn Books. It is like she is just around every corner.

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Opened and Raw

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The violence enters together with the beauty. Over at Electric Literature, Claire Schwartz writes about the power of recitation from memory, and about entering the poetry of Ai through memorization and rhythm and never leaving, despite the discomfort, the burning.

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Science Saturday

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Photos of the sternwheeler A. J. Goddard, a ship that sank in the Yukon in 1901, have just been released. From the article: ” The five crewmen’s boots, kicked off in haste as they abandoned ship, were found on the deck. Fresh firewood was still in the boiler, and cooking pots and other utensils were […]

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