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The Print Map as a ‘literary platform’

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2013
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J.R. Carpenter describes creating and distributing The Broadside of a Yarn, a hybrid print-digital art-literature project commissioned by Electronic Literature as a Model for Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) for Remediating the Social, an exhibition which took place at Inspace, Edinburgh, UK, 1-17 November 2012.

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The Broadside of a Yarn is a multi-modal performative pervasive networked narrative attempt to chart fictional fragments of new and long-ago stories of near and far-away seas with nought but a QR reader and a hand-made map of dubious accuracy. Yes, but what is it? Well, it’s kind of hard to say...

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Joyland Poetry: A Hub for Poetry
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Avenues of Access: An Exhibit & Online Archive of New 'Born Digital' Literature at the MLA 2013 Convention 03.01.2013
Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, Room 310 Boston , MA
United States
Massachusetts US
ELMCIP Conference on Remediating the Social 01.11.2012
Edinburgh
United Kingdom
GB

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