"Birdfall" by Mez "deconstructs a single narrative sentence written in conventional English and slowly transforms it into mezangelle. As you scroll down the window to read each line and prose poetry paragraph, the language becomes stranger as she inserts extended passages in brackets inside of words, shifts spelling to homophones with different meanings, adds self-referential metatext that suggests links, and more. She uses animated GIFs in the background and foreground to signal to readers that there there are shifting intentions, language, and narrative as if the ground on which this text is placed is unstable." -- From I Love E-Poetry
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Cauldron & Net
Published in 2000 by Cauldron & Net in Volume 2, Issue 1.
Claire Dinsmore gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in Spring 2019.
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