[There are many other resources referenced in individual articles that are yet to be included here. The formats are are also yet to be homogenised]

Generative / Algorithmic Music

David Cope:

Sara Adkins – Creating with the Machine: Algorithmic Composition for Live Performances Article:

Wooller, R., Brown, A. R, et al. A framework for comparing algorithmic music systems. In: Symposium on Generative Arts Practice (GAP). 2005. University of Technology Sydney.

Collins, N. 2008. The analysis of generative music programs. Organised Sound, 13(3): 237–248.

Cope, David . 1991. Computers and musical style. Madison, Wis.: A-R Editions.

Dorin, A. 2001. Generative processes and the electronic arts. Organised Sound, 6 (1): 47-53.

Eno, B. 1996. Generative Music. (accessed 26 February 2009).

Essl, K. 2002. Generative Music. (accessed 22 Mar 2010).

Lerdahl, F. and R. Jackendoff. 1982. A generative theory of tonal music. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

Loy, G. and C. Abbott. 1985. Programming languages for computer music synthesis, performance and composition. ACM Computing Surveys, 17 (2): 235-265.

Nierhaus, G. Algorithmic Composition – Paradigms of Automated Music Generation. Springer 2009.

Generative Narrative

Generative Linguistics & Poetry

Jonathan P. Eburne, and Andrew Epstein. “Introduction: Poetry Games.” Comparative Literature Studies 51, no. 1 (2014): 1-17. Accessed October 15, 2020. doi:10.5325/complitstudies.51.1.0001.


Bachelard, Gaston. 1969. The poetics of space. Boston: Beacon Press.