Poetry. The plan for POST~TWYLA, first published abroad in 2006, was to spoof John Ashbery's book-length poem Flow Chart by way of three-line ersatz haiku, a contradictory format to the prolixity of the original. Jack Kimball explains, "Problem was it didn't work. I stopped after the fifth page, because I wasn't 'reacting' so much as 'countering' with extraneous materials. I wound up sourcing dozens of texts, including Flow Chart, but not page-by-page as intended. I adopted a nonsystematic, countering method, arguing with metaphors, vocabulary, and as the assembly process spread like narcolepsy it didn't stop until I hit 250 poems, a cut-off imposed before it got tedious. I introduced 'commentary' after many verses to extend or preview ideas and to upset the 'flow.' POST~TWYLA is a heap of disparities from, of, and in poetry remade into YouTubeable excerpts and Twitter fodder."