The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age

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Wreader's Digest - How To Appreciate Hyperfiction Anja Rau Journal of Digital Information (JoDI) 2001
Whither E-Literature: Automatic Writing Keith Gessen The New Republic 2001
Towards Network Narrative: Electronic Literature, Communication Technologies, and Cultural Production David M. Meurer Dichtung Digital 2012
The Disturbing Liveliness of Machines: Rethinking the Body in Hypertext Theory and Fiction Christopher Keep 1999
The Cult of Print Matthew G. Kirschenbaum Postmodern Culture 1995
The American Hypertext Novel, and Whatever Became of It? Scott Rettberg Routledge 2015
Pushing Back: Living and Writing in Broken Space Stuart Moulthrop MFS Modern Fiction Studies 1997
Lost in the Archive: Vision, Artefact and Loss in the Evolution of Hypertext Belinda Barnet 2004
Hypertext: Reading Between the Links Julia Keller Chicago Tribune 1999
How Do I Cool Down the Overheated Medium? Reading Stuart Moulthrop's Hegirascope 2, "the most typical hypernovel" Shuen-shing Lee Dichtung Digital 2005
Guardians of the Gutenberg Galaxy: a Cultural Analysis of Resistances to Digital Poetries David Devanny 2015
E-Borges: Stuart Moulthrop’s Victory Garden Álvaro Seiça Op. Cit.: Revista de Estudos Anglo-Americanos/A Journal of Anglo-American Studies 2012
Destination Unknown: Experiments in the Network Novel Scott Rettberg 2003
Card Shark and Thespis: Exotic Tools for Hypertext Narrative Mark Bernstein 2001
Born Digital: Writing Poetry in the Age of New Media Maria Engberg 2007
A Cultural Analysis of Resistances to Digital Poetries David Devanny 2019
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