Poynter: The New Yorker’s new bot will tweet 92 years worth of poetry at you

Poynter: The New Yorker’s new bot will tweet 92 years worth of poetry at you. “Since its founding in 1925, The New Yorker has published verse from some of the most celebrated names in American letters — poets like Audre Lorde, Joseph Brodsky and Ada Limón. Many of those poems are lying dormant on NewYorker.com, where subscribers can peruse the archives for $1 per week. Or, beginning today, they can just follow a bot on Twitter.”