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Networking the Multitude

2005-12-18

Linda C Brigham complicates Hardt and Negri’s case for network resistance.

Writing Futures: Hardt and Negri's Notation Politics

2005-12-18

Aron Pease introduces this collection of essays by Linda Brigham, Caren Irr, William Wilson and Nick Spencer with a look at the multitude’s programmability.

Peter Hare's response to Lori Emerson

2005-12-18

Peter Hare responds to Lori Emerson’s review of Walter Benn Michaels.

Chris Stroffolino's response to Lori Emerson

2005-11-05

Chris Stroffolino responds to Lori Emerson

Sandy Baldwin's response to Lori Emerson

2005-11-05

Sandy Baldwin responds to Lori Emerson

First Person, Games, and the Place of Electronic Literature

2005-11-05

Scott Rettberg, responding to “The Pixel/The Line” (section 4 of First Person) wonders whether electronic writing isn’t evolving into a subspecies of electronic art, one that uses words as material, ‘just as sculptors use clay.’

Bass Resonance

2005-11-05

1999 e-literature award winner John Cayley writes about Saul Bass of classic film title fame. A precursor to language arts innovators Jenny Holzer, Richard Kostelanetz, and Cayley himself, Bass may now be recognized as a poet in his own ‘write,’ important for a new generation of designwriters creating “graphic bodies of language,” moving words and signifying images, in digital environments.

Privileging Language: The Text in Electronic Writing

2005-11-05

Now that the First Person essay collection is complete and the case has been made for computer games as a form of narrative, Brian Kim Stefans asks the fundamental questions - concerning what can be read as literature, and what really cannot.

The Flights of A821: dearchiving the proceedings of a birdsong

1997-12-30

Marta Werner uncages Emily Dickinson’s fragments.

Querying the Connoisseur of Chaos

2005-01-30

A Wallace Stevens conference review from poet and critic Ravi Shankar.

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