Post-Digital: Dialogues and Debates from electronic book review. Volume 2

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Contents (Critical Writing):

Title Author
A [S]creed for Digital Fiction Alice Bell, Astrid Ensslin, David Ciccoricco, Hans Rustad, Jess Laccetti, Jessica Pressman
Chapter 01: Histories of the Future (& Now)
Chapter 02: Writing Under Constraint
Chapter 04: Fictions Present R.M. Berry, Andrew Lindquist, Tom LeClair, Amy Hungerford, Joseph Tabbi
Chapter 05: Critical Ecologies After Posthumanism Laura Shackelford
Community of People with No Time Victoria Vesna
Electronic Literature as Paratextual Construction Friedrich W. Block
Electronic Literature as Paratextual Construction Friedrich W. Block
ELO and the Electric Light Orchestra: Electronic Literature Lessons from Prog Rock Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
False Pretenses, Parasites, and Monsters Tom LeClair
Field Notes from the Future of Publishing Ed Finn
Futures of Electronic Literature Stephanie Strickland, Marjorie C. Luesebrink
I Read Because It is Absurd Birger Vanwesenbeeck
Introduction (music/sound/noise) Robert Chasin Ryan
Introduction (What (in the World) Was Postmodernism) David Ciccoricco
Introduction: Monstrosities of the Present Brooks Sterritt
Introduction: The Body as a Writing Instrument Davin Heckman, Zuzana Husárová
Metadiversity: On the Unavailability of Alternatives to Information David Golumbia
Metaphysics after the Western Wall Has Come Down Amy Elias
Revealing Noise: The Conspiracy of Presence in Alternate Reality Aesthetics Adam Pilkey
The Heaviness of Light Eugenio Tisselli
The Historical Status of Postmodernism under Neoliberalism Simon During
The Language of Music and Sound Olivia Block
The Sonic Spectrum Elise Kermani
“The End” Brian McHale
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