Hey, Poetry Slash 3 is a recital of computational literature whose third edition will take place next Friday, April 28 at La Casa Encendida, within the program of activities of the independent publishing fair Libros Mutantes.
Participants will read texts produced through code with the intention of exploring unconventional forms of literary creation and doing wonderful and crazy things with computers.
If you are reading this, please participate by sending your proposal before April 14 through this form.
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Any literary work created by using code is welcome.
In the past, we have seen poems built by recombining tweets, poems created by comments on Google Maps, postcards using NASA APIs, raps built from CAPTCHAS, texts assembled with discarded editions of Wikipedia articles and songs with verses from Spotify's top 100, among many other wonderful creations.
Any person can present original works, published or unpublished, written in any programming language or any digital technology to generate new literary artifacts.
If you do not live in Madrid and cannot travel to the city on the day of the recital, you can designate a person to make the presentation for you.
No, just come to La Casa Encendida (Ronda de Valencia, 2) on April 28th in the morning [time to be confirmed].
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