Tag: digital poetry

A Postmodern Interpretation of Jason Nelson

This blog post promises to not be very coherent, but I’m going to attempt to throw some ideas out there about Jason Nelson’s work. First, everyone should know that Nelson, in spite of the initial “No, really, I think he’s on drugs” reaction we probably all had, is very prolific. His works go back for at least a decade (and…

CRASH

I chose to taake the approach of digitail poetry. I used SCRATCH because this seemed the most fitting and easiest for me to understand and titeled my work CRASH. I found the truck clipart from google images. I wrote the poem myself about my sister and I. This poem is a true story that happened to us. I had fun…

You will die…

People have a weird obsession with death. When you google “How will I Die?” multiple links pop up such as a death quizzes, death poetry , and death clocks. I decided to investigate Jason Nelson’s digital poem, This is How You Will Die.  This poem is Jason Nelson’s famous “works of art- a slot machine for predicting death, using code for…