As we create new puzzles, we generate critical commentary, archiving it here. These writings highlight aspects of the design process, emphasizing the interplay between a poem and its physical manifestation.
For a quick overview of Puzzle Poesis aims and methods, we recommend starting (as we did) with learning How to Make a Poem into a Puzzle.
Currently we are writing under four headings: Events, Computation, Fabrication, and Solving.
Humanities Week (2019): Instagram Puzzle | Jason Bennett, Neal Curtis, and Brad Pasanek,
Puzzles, Bots, and Poetics: A Symposium | Brad Pasanek
Humanities Week (2018): Civil Resistance | Brad Pasanek
The Sonnet Games | Neal Curtis and Brad Pasanek
Let Me Count the Ways | Brad Pasanek
Recipe: How to Make a Poem into a Puzzle | Brad Pasanek
Old English Riddle | Lauren Johnson
Sestets | Brad Pasanek
Two Rules | Brad Pasanek
False Solutions | Neal Curtis and Brad Pasanek