A poem that builds upon itself and grows as the world wide web grows. The Apostrophe Engine
is a website operated by Bill Kenney and Darren Wershler-Henry. It is the source of the poems in apostrophe
, a book published by ECW Press in 2006.
The home page of the Apostrophe Engine site presents the full text of a poem called "apostrophe", written by Bill in 1993. In this digital version of the poem, each line is now a hyperlink.
How it works. [more inside]
posted by Fizz
on May 28, 2008 -
is an audacious project which is attempting to write a limerick for every word in the English language. 642 limericks
have been completed so far. Here's an overview
of the project. Is it possible? Here's what editor-in-chief Chris J. Stolin says:
Skeptics say it's inconceivable.(via languagehat.)
posted by Vidiot
on Aug 18, 2004 -
A new OED? Unbelievable!
But I feel secure
That if we only endure,
It's a goal that is wholly achievable!