Posts Tagged: spam

Sprose Poems and Flarf


Dan Piepenbring has had a bee in his bonnet about the spam comments they get over at the Paris Review Daily—”they’re by turns,” he says, “ludic, cryptic, disquieting, emotional, and inadvertently profound”—so fascinating, in fact, that he has kept a working list of his favorite ones. I admire the impulse behind spam lit, and I’ve […]


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