So a couple weeks ago, Brad posted a link to a twitterbot that was playing on the repetitive, infinite nature of IJ. I just stumbled upon another Wallace connection in the twittersphere: an account called “@erasinginfinite,” whose owner Jenni B. Baker performs erasure poetry using IJ as its platform. So if you’re into, like, reconstructed, plagiarized (yes? no? what is authorship?), abstract poetry, this might interest you. Certainly a different way of interacting with the text.
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