STUDY PATH: EXPERIMENTAL PUBLISHING From app stores to art book fairs and zine shops, from darknets to sneakernets, from fansubs to on-demand services, and from tweeting to whistleblowing, the act of making things public, that is to say publishing, has became pivotal in an age infused with myriad media technologies.The tension between the publishing […]
Well, ain’t this grand? Episode 6 of Inanimate Alice, “The Last Gas Station”, has received an Honourable Mention in the Electronic Literature Organisation’s 2016 Robert Coover Prize: “The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature is an award given for the best work of electronic literature of any length or genre. Bestowed by […]
Well worth the watch [+ happy to learn from this Symposium that when completed, my own Duke Uni/David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library archive will sit alongside those of Judy Malloy, Stephanie Strickland, and Rob Kendall: such amazing companions].
In sad-news-for-the-day, it looks like the archive of the acclaimed TrAce Online Writing Centre is now defunct and in need of a complete overall to get it back up and functioning. As Sue Thomas, previous Director of the Centre, says: Bad news from NTU about the trAce Archive: “NTU has hosted the Trace Archive for […]
It’s not often I get to post here about codework [I nearly typed “codwork” instead then, heh]. Way back in the 1990’s when this thing called the “World Wide Web” was kicking off [you *may* just have heard of it?] codework and code poetry were virtually unrecognised genres. Back then, Alan Sondheim, Ted Warnell, Talan […]