In "Birds Singing Other Birds' Songs," "each of twelve birds can be cued and combined, appearing graphically and typographically, their songs sung by people. The piece reveals an unusual way in which sounds can be carried through writing into sound again. This process happens in literary and linguistic representation all the time, but Birds Singing Other Birds' Songs heightens our sense of this process." -- From Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1
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The Electronic Literature Collection Volume 1
Published in 2006 by Electronic Literature Organization.
The ELO gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in 2018. Preserved with Conifer by the Electronic Literature Lab.