N. Katherine Hayles discusses what happens when postmodern writers theorize in a void.
A reluctant response to Markku Eskelinen.
Recent fiction by Curtis White, Alex Shakar, Michael Martone, and others read through the lens of Gertrude Stein and Wittgenstein.
Thoughts on the debut novel by Alex Shakar.
Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink performs an autopsy on the hypertextual corpse.
In response to Nick Montfort’s review of Cybertext, N. Katherine Hayles coins an alternative term, Cyber|literature.
Lance Olsen tells the story of a creative writing professor who walked.
In the era of English Department Cultural Studies, does the study of literature belong to the poet-professors?
Marjorie Perloff offers a view from the English Department of what CW can do.
Reflections on Creative Writing as potentially part of the tradition of the avant garde.
Joe Amato and Kass Fleisher suggest that creative writing pedagogy, particularly as found in the typical workshop, might benefit from a major, theoretically-informed, re-visioning. Introduced by ebr managing editor (1999-2002), Kirsten Young.