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October 13, 2011


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Paris Karin (an alien parisienne)

WOW. There is so much genius stuff in this post, I don't even know where to begin to comment.

I thought, for about five seconds, of leaving an Oulipian comment, until I started looking at the rules, lol. The generator linked in up there might help!

Hee hee hee! "WOW. There is so much gentle stupor in this posterior, I doodle't even know where to begin to commie.

I three-wheeler, for about five secrets, of leaving an Oulipian commie, until I started looking at the rumblings, lol. The gent linked in up there might help!"

(N+5 with the "gent." NIIIIICE. :D)

Oh lord. I had so many other things I was hoping to get done today, and now I am ruined by this whole Oulipian thing. Haha! I'm going to have to play with it some more...

I love the graphic versions you've created. I learned a new French word this past week, which fits this post in many ways. "Gribouillages" -- "doodles" in English. I love how my learning of a new word this week fits in well with this post. And hey! The generator even used the word "doodle," too.

I have an expression for what's going on in my head right now: mind asplody. I love the heck out of this post. :) Thanks, Badaude!

Congrats on the piece in the White Review, and have a great time at the launch!

gina @letterandline

OMG I am OBSESSED with Oulipo!!!
I have a love/hate relationship with Perec--La Disparition almost broke my spirit. But Queneau, I love love love.

Good lord, this post made me happy.


Delighted to hear it. I liked your post on Zazie. Don't tell anyone but, as I think copies of The White Review might be difficult to score where you are, email me (button on my sidebar) and I'll send you a low-res of my whole piece.

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I adore the lifelike forms you've made. I studied a unique French word this past week which fits this post in countless ways.

gina @letterandline

Thanks for reading it:) Would love to see the whole piece--you're right about the restrictions, though I'm trying to get my local bookshop to start selling the White Review. I will email you now. Thank you!


Cher casio en ligne - thanks for the comment: I'm sure there's some kind of OuSpaPo (Ovrier des Spambots Potentiels) exercise we can work on.

Gina thanks for your email: coming right over.

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