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Engineering Cyborg Ideology

1995-12-30

N. Katherine Hayles discusses what happens when postmodern writers theorize in a void.

What Cybertext Theory Can't Do

2001-02-15

A reluctant response to Markku Eskelinen.

The Present of Fiction

2002-09-01

Recent fiction by Curtis White, Alex Shakar, Michael Martone, and others read through the lens of Gertrude Stein and Wittgenstein.

Tomorrow Ltd.

2002-09-01

Thoughts on the debut novel by Alex Shakar.

Of Tea Cozy and Link

2001-01-10

Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink performs an autopsy on the hypertextual corpse.

Cyber|literature and Multicourses: Rescuing Electronic Literature from Infanticide

2001-01-10

In response to Nick Montfort’s review of Cybertext, N. Katherine Hayles coins an alternative term, Cyber|literature.

Learning to Wish for More

2002-08-22

Lance Olsen tells the story of a creative writing professor who walked.

Amato/Fleisher Too Pessimistic

2002-08-17

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.

Not Pessimistic Enough

2002-08-17

Reflections on Creative Writing as potentially part of the tradition of the avant garde.

Reforming Creative Writing Pedagogy

2002-08-17

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.

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