Catanzano’s poem sparks interest from physicists

A poem written by Associate Professor of English Amy Catanzano is generating considerable interest among physicists.

Entitled “World Lines: A Quantum Supercomputer Poem,” it was featured, recently, in Physics magazine in the article “Poetry Takes on Quantum Physics” by Physics Senior Editor Katherine Wright.

Catanzano’s work as a poet explores the intersections of poetry, science and art. Physics magazine is the major online portal for the Physical Review journals.

Additionally, another article about the poem, “Artist Explains Quantum Physics Through Poetry,” appeared in The Next Web.

Both articles have been shared hundreds of times on social media by a range of individual and institutions including scientists; physics departments at colleges and universities; writers and poets; and literary portals such as Poetry Daily.

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