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Zoëtrope [ zō’-eh-trōp ]

1865–70; <Greek — zōḗ ‘life’ + tropḗ ‘turn’

— A device that, when whirled, gives successive images the illusion of motion; — the illusion of appearing as one moving image

Zoëtrope in Words:
a guild of writers who play with words and wonders
to set images* in motion.

*Images as symbioses of words and Life

Illusion is secondary.🤫

We are nothing if not experimental…


From the desk of the guild…scratching and wresting and finding new marvels:

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