There is something graceful and elegant about turning virtual pages, a small digital wave flowing from one side of the screen to the other. Perhaps, better, a sine wave, rising and falling, silent and without the susurration of paper, but with its central shadowed valley, its darkened ditch where the digital pages take root in the imaginary binding.
John Goodman's fantastic "ditch," poetry website/journal has created ditch, anthology 1 (canadian innovative poets) which you can read through like a book in the glowing 2-dimensional/pretend 3-dimensional world of the computer screen.
The list of included poets is exciting and varied. Each gets several pages and a bio and picture. I'm really pleased to be included.