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Description: Academic journal of the Cyberliterature Research Team at University Fernando Pessoa, Portugal. Its goal is to publish theoretical and critical reflections about the multidiscursivities related to the advent of the digital technologies in three sections: Essays, Theses, and Projects. The journal aims at providing theoretical background suitable for the understanding of works involving automatic text generation and literary experimentalism in general. It was founded in 2006 and is being published annually. ISSN 1646-4435. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
Description: Promotes current discussion of reading, writing, teaching, and learning practices in a world gone digital. Papers are interested in the pedagogical possibilities of teaching Hypertext-Literature and Interactive Fiction. Contributors also address the state of electronic poetics and reflections on hypermedial reading and writing. Interviews and reviews appear on an annual basis. ISSN: 1524-6493. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Publisher: Computer Writing and Research Lab
Description: Publisher for hypertext fiction, nonfiction, and poetry since 1982. Eastgate Systems publishes books about hypertext as well as tools for creating hypertexts.
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Description: The Electronic Poetry Center provides resources centered on digital and contemporary poetries, new media writing, and literary programming. It serves as a portal of electronic poetry and hosts author pages and works. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: The group blog is about computer mediated and computer generated works of many forms: interactive fiction, net.art, electronic poetry, interactive drama, hypertext fiction, computer games of all sorts, shared virtual environments, and more. Contributors work as both theorists and developers, and are interested in authorship, design, and technology, as well as issues of interaction and reception. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: A journal on Net Art with reference and application to electronic literature. IASL started as a print journal and now takes advantage of online network communication, publishing electronically and free of charge since 1999. As an academic forum, the journal includes both theoretical accounts and artist statements concerning Hyperfiction and Hypermedia. Descriptions of artist projects fall under three categories: "Tips," "Collected Tips," and "Short Tips." Here, one finds discussions on early experiments in electronic writing, ranging from Douglas Davis, "The World´s First Collaborative Sentence" (1994) to Talan Memmott, "Lexia to Perplexia" (2004). The journal appears in irregular intervals and has been available in English translation since August 2003. ISSN: 1612-0442. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: Description The New Media Poetry and Poetics issue of Leonardo Electronic Almanac gathers in one location many of the major practitioners of electronic literature, circa 2005-2006. Emphasis on writing in networked and programmable media. The authors set out in this issue to perform critical readings of new media poems through various approaches and contexts, so as to define new media poetry and measure the extent to which digital media necessitate a re-assessment of writing generally. A number of critical readings address the role of code in electronic literature (a topic also featured since 1998 in ebr, www.electronicbookreview.com). A frequent argument, is that poems derive meaning from their own precarious existence in networked language environments. The interplay between traditional and digital poetics allows us to see continuities and differences between digital media and earlier modes of innovative writing, notably in the way that certain poets have transformed their concrete poems into "new media" versions. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: Where texts interrelate with image, sound, and video, readers of electronic literature can witness linguistic transformations, unfamiliar arrangements of signifiers and what is signified. In his practice as a professional artist, teacher, and researcher, Seaman interests himself in image-music-text relations that, to his mind, act to generate meaning as "language-vehicles." "Recombinant Poetics" integrates a number of disciplines into literary, artistic, musical, technological, scientific, and philosophical perspectives. Seaman's semiotic and linguistic approach has numerous points of contact with work in electronic literature, not least his involvement with combinatoric methods and Oulipian writing under constraint. The Page provides academic essays as well as poetic texts. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: For over 10 years Alt-X is devoted to supporting experimental art and writing publishing innovative online art and literature. Alt-X serves as an internationally visible hub of digital arts cultural production and is known as a place where "the digerati meet the literati." Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: Journal on digital aesthetics. Dichtung Digital features articles by artists as well as scholars discussing theories and works of digital literature and art. It was founded in 1999 and contained 36 issues (with each approximately ten contributions) by end of 2007. The site provides a newsletter with short descriptions of all new contributions as well as an index of all contributions and contributors. ISSN number: 1617-6901. This is an archived version before the magazine moved to a new server. Last date accessible: July 27th. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
Description: Digital Humanities Quarterly is an open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities. Founded in 2007 and published by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations the journal provides scholarly articles, editorials, and provocative opinion pieces. Distinct is the number of reviews provided that include not only recensions of books but also reviews of new media art installations, web sites, as well as digital humanities systems and tools. ISSN number: 1938-4122. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Publisher: Julia Flanders
Description: Combining elements of graphic design, database programming, and scholarly editing, The Electronic Book Review (ebr) participates in the media developments it critiques. The journal has been in continuous publication since 1994 - as numbered 'issues' up to the year 2001. At that time, the database (and its capacity to remix content from the archive and from other sites) allowed editors to update the site continuously. Content is not presented under one fixed category, but can be gathered under various threads depending on how each essay is tagged. Entry drafted by Joseph Tabbi and Patricia Tomaszek
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Collector: Patricia Tomaszek
Rights: Creative Commons licence: citation with attribution.
Description: The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1999 to promote and facilitate the writing, publishing, and reading of electronic literature. Since its formation, the Electronic Literature Organization has worked to assist writers and publishers in bringing their literary works to a wider, global readership and to provide them with the infrastructure necessary to reach one another. The ELO's main site features an archive of news about the field and information about the organization and its activities. Entry drafted by: Scott Rettberg
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Description: From 1999-2004 the frAme Journal of Culture & Technology was published by the trAce Online Writing Centre at The Nottingham Trent University, England. Twice a year frAme published creative work and critical commentary on new media writing with contributions by artists and researchers dealing with digital culture. ISSN number: 1470-2134. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
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Description: Writing Technologies was launched in 2007 and is devoted to the research on the relationship between technology and textuality. The peer-reviewed journal publishes twice a year: one themed and one open issue. It offers a forum for paper submissions that examine the textual opportunities and transformations of the literary that technology enables. Emerging digital textualities will be discussed as well as new technologies of textual reproduction that restructure literary history, which transform interpretation and even transfigure the literary object itself. Also, essays on literary texts that engage thematically with technology are welcomed. ISSN: 1754-9035. Entry drafted by: Patricia Tomaszek
Creator: Daniel Cordle, Philip Leonard
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