This isn’t and won’t be finished . . . Intention was to preserve the multitudes of the original in its various drafts . . . The working definition for completion here is excavation . . . “The entire city had been built with no exit” . . . I create chunk texts using the predictive text . . . Fills the gaps between the words that were left behind . . . Added two brief vignettes to bring the original to a close . . . I was interested in subversion and irony . . . “. . .” . . . The attempt is less about “completion” than transformation . . . I have decided to respond in a rather fluid way . . . Some of them still cling to me . . . I present to you a collection of dissected organs lined up for your pleasure . . . I have composed a bricolage around the line . . . Completions are slightly overrated . . . Like a Facebook feed, the process of writing and rewriting is always ongoing . . . After months of procrastination, I started on this with an editor’s mindset . . . Now the unfinished has been (un)finished . . .