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Writing the World: Toward a Systems Approach to E-Writing Jim Carpenter
Why Some Dolls Are Bad: a generative graphic novel for the iPhone Kate Armstrong
What Is at Work in a Work of Digital Literature? Marjorie C. Luesebrink
Toward an Ontology of the Field of Digital Poetry Philippe Bootz, Samuel Szoniecky
The State of the Archive: Authors, Scholars, and Curators on Archiving Electronic Literature Jessica Pressman, Will Hansen, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Deena Larsen, Marjorie C. Luesebrink, Stephanie Strickland
The Save Button Ruined Everything Jason Scott
The NT2 Hypermedia Art and Literature Directory: A New Knowledge Environment Devoted to the Valorization of Screen Culture Bertrand Gervais
State of the Arts
Si son sólo libros Marla Jacarilla
Publish and Die: The Preservation of Digital Literature within the UK Simon Biggs
Preservation of Digital Literary Works: Another Model of Memory? Serge Bouchardon, Bruno Bachimont
On Lionel Kearns Jim Andrews
Nordic electronic literature. Tradition, Archiving, and Cultural Valuation Hans Kristian Rustad
New Work on Electronic Literature and Cyberculture Maya Zalbidea Paniagua, Mark C. Marino, Asunción López-Varela Azcárate, Janez Strehovec, Ana Abril, María Goicoechea, Urszula Pawlicka, Heiko Zimmermann
Multimodal Editing and Archival Performance: A Diagrammatic Essay on Transcoding Experimental Literature Manuel Portela
Making Connections Visible: Building a Knowledge Base for Electronic Literature Scott Rettberg
Locating Literary Heritage in Paratexts: An Analysis of Peritexts in Electronic Literature Patricia Tomaszek
Literatura electrónica
Intervista con Fabrizio Venerandi Fabrizio Verrandi
How has technology changed writing and literature? Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
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