Pushing Back: Living and Writing in Broken Space

Critical Writing
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43:3 (Fall 1997)
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Critical writing referenced:

Titlesort ascending Author Year
“How Do I Stop This Thing?” Closure And Indeterminacy In Interactive Narratives J. Yellowlees Douglas 1994
Written on the Web Carolyn Guyer 1995
Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing Jay David Bolter 1991
Women Writers and the Restive Text: Feminism, Experimental Writing and Hypertext Barbara Page 1996
Where the Trail Leads Theodor Holm Nelson 1995
Where the Senses Become a Stage and Reading is Direction: Performing the Texts of Virtual Reality and Interactive Fiction J. Yellowlees Douglas 1993
Where No Mind Has Gone Before: Ontological Design for Virtual Spaces Stuart Moulthrop, Nancy Kaplan 1994
We Interrupt This Magazine for a Special Bulletin -- PUSH! Kevin Kelly, Gary Wolf 1997
War in the Age of Intelligent Machines Manuel De Landa 2003
Ut Pictura Hyperpoesis: Spatial Form, Visuality, and the Digital Word John Tolva 1996
Threnody: Psychoanalytic Digressions on the Subject of Hypertexts Terry Harpold 1991
The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier Howard Rheingold 2000
The Structure of Hypertext Activity Jim Rosenberg 1996
The Rationale of Hypertext Jerome McGann 1995
The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age Sven Birkerts 2006
The End of Books Robert Coover 1992
The Electronic Word: Literary Study and the Digital Revolution Richard Lanham 1989
The Cult of Print Matthew G. Kirschenbaum 1995
Space -- The Final Chapter or Why Physical Representations are not Semantic Intentions Andrew Dillon, Cliff McKnight, John Richardson 1993
Relationally Encoded Links and the Rhetoric of Hypertext George P. Landow 1987

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

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