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Codework

Codework + Code Poetry: What The…?

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 […]
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From ‘Inanimate Alice’ to ‘The Fantastic Flying Books’: How Transmedia and Digital Books Are Transforming School Libraries

What is a book, anyway? If players of the brooding computer game Dear Esther can consume a full-blown ghost story simply by wandering at will through a deserted island in Scotland’s Hebrides (finding fragments of letters, music, and clues as they walk), shouldn’t that be called a book? Critics can’t seem to agree on a […]
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#RoMD

Announcing “Rumors of My Death” With if:book Australia

After an amazing development meeting earlier today with Simon Groth, head honcho of the Oz branch of if:book, I thought I’d take the opportunity to fill you in on some discrete details regarding our new remix project called “Rumors of My Death” [#RoMD]. If that sounds like something that’s right up your creative alley, please […]
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Cover of Repurposing in Electronic Literature/ Enter Magazine

“Repurposing in Electronic Literature” Publication Coming Soon

Amped about my imminent contributor copy arrival of Enter Mag’s “Repurposing in E-Lit” Edition: the mag is so beautifully designed. Was sincerely a blast dead-tree-format-reimagining our VR code poetry app #Carnivast in such a way. For those of you who can’t quite wait for a physical copy to hit the shelves, here’s a taste of […]