Computational Writing Open Readings

Literary Arts Talk at Banff Centre, photo by Donald Lee

Join us for readings by writers in the Computational Writing program, hosted by award-winning poet and program faculty-member Lillian-Yvonne Bertram.

The Computational Writing program allow writers to explore working at the intersection of computing and literary art, not only by using pre-developed tools but also by directly undertaking computer programming. 

Hosted By Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

About Lillian-Yvonne Bertram

LILLIAN-YVONNE BERTRAM is the author of Travesty Generator (Noemi Press), a book of computational poetry that received the Poetry Society of America’s 2020 Anna Rabinowitz prize for interdisciplinary work and longlisted for the 2020 National Book Award for Poetry. Their other poetry books include How Narrow My Escapes (DIAGRAM/New Michigan), Personal Science (Tupelo Press), a slice from the cake made of air (Red Hen Press), and But a Storm is Blowing From Paradise (Red Hen Press). Their fifth book, Negative Money, is slated for publication in 2023. They are an Associate Professor in the English Department at UMass Boston where they direct the MFA in Creative Writing program. They also direct the Chautauqua Institution Writers’ Festival.