Celebrate Raymond Queneau (1903-1976).
In a recent posting, mathy blogger Ben Orlin noted (here in Math with Bad Drawings) that 2021 is the 60th anniversary of an amazing poetry collection, One Hundred Thousand Billion Poems, by Raymond Queneau. The collection consist of 14 sonnets, with each line of each sonnet on a separate strip of paper -- allowing formation of a poem using any of the 14 first lines, any of the 14 second lines, and so on. Here is an link to a earlier blog posting that introduces Queneau's collection and includes and interactive way to create a sonnet from the collection.
Here is a link to other postings from this blog that include Queneau.