Aelindromes (φ–π–√2)</ by Anthony Etherin
“Aelindromes (φ–π–√2) presents three ‘aelindromes’, a palindromic variation in which letters are symmetrically parsed according to premeditated sequences. The sequences used in this leaflet are the decimal expansions of the golden ratio, pi, and the square root of two, each of which is taken to twenty significant figures. In honour of their titular sequences, the three poems explore the language of mathematics.”
Anthony Etherin is a UK-based writer of experimental poetry and music. His poems have appeared online in The Account, Five:2:One, and Nagari magazines, among others, and he has had leaflets or chapbooks published by No Press, Penteract Press, Spacecraft Press, and The Blasted Tree. Find him on twitter, @Anthony_Etherin, and via his website, anthonyetherin.wordpress.com.
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