Tag: moulthrop

Where Are We Now?: Orienteering in the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2

2011-11-09

In an increasingly monolingual, globalized world, the second volume of the Electronic Literature Collection may just offer a map of the territory. The question the reviewer, John Zuern, poses is how do we navigate this terrain going forward?

Tending the Garden Plot: Victory Garden and Operation Enduring...

2004-10-19

Dave Ciccoricco returns to Stuart Moulthrop, considers Operation Enduring Freedom (2003) in light of Operation Desert Storm (1991), and consults the annals of World War II for a likely source of “Victory Garden,” the title of Moulthrop’s 1991 network fiction on the Gulf War.

Joel Felix posts a response

1998-01-17

On the futures of electronic scholarship - an exchange among editors.

L'Affaire PMC: The Postmodern Culture-Johns Hopkins University Press Conversation

1997-12-30

Joel Felix listens in on Postmodern Culture’s privatization debate.

Electronic Books?

2003-07-15

Stuart Moulthrop re-opens the debate on the “electronic book” and its continued marginalization vis-a vis print.

Shadow Dance

2003-07-17

In looking to the future of the ‘electronic book,’ Ciccoricco digs up some of ebr’s manifesto-like remarks of old.

PMC editor Stuart Moulthrop responds

1998-01-15

On the futures of electronic scholarship - an exchange among editors.

The Contour of a Contour

2003-06-13

Despite talk of endings and absences at Eastgate Systems, Dave Ciccoricco investigates continuities in the work of Michael Joyce and Mark Bernstein.

The Rules of the Game

2002-09-06

Virginia Kuhn reviews an essay collection - Cybertext: Yearbook 2000 - ambivalent about its own printed status.

Reviewing the Reviewers of Literary Hypertexts

1998-12-30

Thomas Swiss unravels Laura Miller’s arguments in the New York Times Book Review and finds news of hypertext’s demise premature - as was Robert Coover’s call for the end of books five years ago in the same journal.