Nada Gordon writes Flarf, which is a type of conceptual poetry that often takes words or phrases from other sources in order to create something new. Some of Nada Gordon's notable collections include "Vile Lilt," "Folly" and "Scented Rushes."
Flarf poetry began when the founder of the movement, Gary Sullivan, learned that poetry.com had deceived his grandfather into believing his work had been chosen to be published. Sullivan submitted the worst poem he could muster and urged his tight-knit group of fellow poets to follow suit. Flarf poetry commonly uses inane Google searches as part of its prose. Initially, the point was simply to create bad poetry, but eventually the writers began to find merit in the work.