waveson


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waveson

(ˈweɪvsən)
n
(Law) maritime law goods floating on the waves after a shipwreck
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What about hypertext poetry, as practiced beautifully by Stephanie Strickland and represented in hard copy only by a URL printed in the center of her thrice-named book V: WaveSon.
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Other writers who also re-design, revere, and undermine the literary include experimental writers Susan Wheeler (who samples Chaucer in Ledger), Haryette Mullen, Stephanie Strickland (in WaveSon.