Dr. Mark Sample is an Associate Professor of Digital Studies at Davidson College. Mark’s teaching and research focuses on experimental literature, digital media, and algorithmic culture. His examination of the representation of torture in videogames appeared in Game Studies, and his critique of the digital humanities’ approach to contemporary literature is a chapter in Debates in the Digital Humanities (University of Minnesota Press). He is also co-author of 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 (MIT Press), a collaboratively written book about creative computing and the Commodore 64. Mark’s creative coding experiences encompasses poetic remixes of American literature such as House of Leaves of Grass, procedural disasters such as Don’t Drink the Water, experiments with interactive fiction using Twine and Inform 7, and a host of Twitter bots, including the popular MobyDickatSea.