Pushing Back: Living and Writing in Broken Space

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1997
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43:3 (Fall 1997)
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Title Author Year
Relationally Encoded Links and the Rhetoric of Hypertext George P. Landow 1987
The Electronic Word: Literary Study and the Digital Revolution Richard Lanham 1989
Another Tale to Tell: Politics and Narrative in Postmodern Culture Fred Pfeil 1990
Threnody: Psychoanalytic Digressions on the Subject of Hypertexts Terry Harpold 1991
Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing Jay David Bolter 1991
The End of Books Robert Coover 1992
Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology George P. Landow 1992
Space -- The Final Chapter or Why Physical Representations are not Semantic Intentions Andrew Dillon, Cliff McKnight, John Richardson 1993
Where the Senses Become a Stage and Reading is Direction: Performing the Texts of Virtual Reality and Interactive Fiction J. Yellowlees Douglas 1993
Literary Machines: The report on, and of, Project Xanadu concerning word processing, electronic publishing, hypertext, thinkertoys, tomorrow's intellectual revolution, and certain other topics including knowledge, education and freedom Theodor Holm Nelson 1993
Heuristics: The Logic of Invention Gregory L. Ulmer 1994
Conclusions Terry Harpold 1994
Where No Mind Has Gone Before: Ontological Design for Virtual Spaces Stuart Moulthrop, Nancy Kaplan 1994
Navigating Nowhere/Hypertext Infrawhere Jim Rosenberg 1994
“How Do I Stop This Thing?” Closure And Indeterminacy In Interactive Narratives J. Yellowlees Douglas 1994
Beyond Browsing: Shared Comments, SOAPs, Trails, and On-Line Communities Christian Mogensen, Martin Röscheisen, Terry Winograd 1995
The Rationale of Hypertext Jerome McGann 1995
Written on the Web Carolyn Guyer 1995
The Cult of Print Matthew G. Kirschenbaum 1995
Where the Trail Leads Theodor Holm Nelson 1995

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Hyperizons
Voice of the Shuttle University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Department of English

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