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Issue Details: First known date: 1998 no. 4 July 1998 of Jacket est. 1997
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* Contents derived from the 1998 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Cupboardi"I'd shut myself in the cupboard directly beneath the work-bench", Gary Catalano , 1998 single work poetry
Sacred Sitei"It's easy to see that this clearing is important to someone, for", Gary Catalano , 1998 single work poetry
Thoughtsi"Those trees in the distance have gone through so many", Gary Catalano , 1998 single work poetry
Duende in Dulwich Hilli"Exhausted with intensity, they move through", Adam Aitken , 1998 single work poetry
Americai"In Minneapolis the water tastes of chlorine, bleached out", Bernard Cohen , 1998 single work poetry
Green Hexagonsi"[First line removed at the request of Coral Hull]", Coral Hull , 1998 single work poetry
Researchi"It was always dinner then a film", Gig Ryan , 1998 single work poetry
When I Consideri"When I consider what my life has been", Gig Ryan , 1997 single work poetry
Who Praise Youi"When I see his face it's as if it were always there", Gig Ryan , 1998 single work poetry
Unidentified Birdi"Night parcel unidentified bird", John Anderson , 1998 single work poetry
Untitled : (from The Shadow's Keep)i"and a pendulum and am loving", John Anderson , 1998 extract poetry
Untitled : (from The Shadow's Keep)i"the two of us worked in a boat once, just to keep our sized", John Anderson , 1998 extract poetry
How Like Youi"How like you, cholera,", Emma Lew , 1995 single work poetry
Holes and Starsi"I just got my memory back.", Emma Lew , 1996 single work poetry
Carousel, John Tranter , 1998 single work short story
Her Shy Banjoi"Rain, without it there can be no September music", Joy H. Breshan , 1991 single work poetry
Several pages of poems written by John Asbery typed as one continuous text and put through a computer program (Neil J. Rubenking's 'Brekdown' ) to re-assemble in a different form. Both the title and the author's name are anagrams of John Asbery .
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'Dogs in All the Unregarded Bales' : Mr Rubenking's 'Breakdown' [sic], John Tranter , 1991 single work prose

'BrekDown' is a text analysis and text generation program written in Turbo Pascal for IBM-compatible personal computers, devised in 1985 by the San Francisco programmer Neil J. Rubenking. 'Brekdown' can also blend the styles of two or more texts, and reconstruct a text with the characteristics of this blended style.

The article is accompanied by two examples of this 'robot poetry' - 'What Mortal End' and 'Her Shy Banjo' derived from the works of Matthew Arnold and John Ashbery respectively. Both the titles of these poems and the names of their authors are anagrams of the real poets' names. John Tranter has also written seven prose pieces using this technique, in each case blending two writers into one new creature. They appear in Different Hands (1998).

Mr. Rubenking's 'Breakdown'[sic] : The Utilisation of Digital Computers in the Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Writing
Note: With alternative title.
Someone Will Comei"On the water", M. T. C. Cronin , 1998 single work poetry
The Law of Broccolii"is like the law of yellow flowers", M. T. C. Cronin , 1998 single work poetry
What Mortal Endi"Those quick inventive brains, who with early distant", Tom Haltwarden , 1991 single work poetry
Three poems written by Matthew Arnold ('The Buried Life', 'Dover Beach', and 'The Scholar-Gypsy') typed as one continuous text and put through a computer program (Neil J. Rubenking's 'Brekdown' ) to re-assemble in a different form. Both the title and the author's name are anagrams of Matthew Arnold.

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