”When John Ashbery, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, first learned that the digital editions of his poetry looked nothing like the print version, he was stunned. There were no line breaks, and the stanzas had been jammed together into a block of text that looked like prose. The careful architecture of his poems had been leveled.”
Citerat ur ”Line by Line, E-Books Turn Poet-Friendly” av Alexandra Alter i New York Times, 14 september 2014. Om förbättringar av e-böcker så att de funkar bättre för poesi, med radbrytningar och typografiska finesser.