This week, something a tad different.
I know it’s late notice, but I didn’t know about this much earlier, myself.
I’m going to be a featured reader this evening for the Head for the Hills poetry series. The event begins at 6pm Pacific time (9pm for me here in New York).(more…)
As you may recall, a couple of weeks ago I shared with you the result of a little experiment: ChatGPT’s response when prompted to design a syllabus for a course titled “Contemporary Jewish Short Stories,” which is, in fact, the title of a course that I am scheduled to begin teaching at the end of August.
Since comments on that post continue to come in (some of them on the post’s page, some on Twitter, and some privately), I thought that there might be interest in the results of a second experiment—when I asked ChatGPT for a list of recommended readings for a course on contemporary Jewish short stories. (Readings, alas, were not included on ChatGPT’s “original” syllabus.)
Below you’ll find what ChatGPT came up with.(more…)