I feel this is quite a good article on digital poetry: “Digital Duende
: Reading the Rasp in E-Poetry
: Reading the Rasp in E-Poetry” by Amanda G. Michaels. She explains Lorca's use of the term duende, concerning art, in his lecture “Play and Theory of the Duende“. And moves on to look at work by Ken Goldsmith, Craig Dworkin, Simon Biggs, Mez, Alan Sondheim, and myself in relation to duende. And she discusses critical writing by Chris Funkhouser, Nathaniel Mackey, Michael Davidson, and Landow.
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