The Time of Digital Poetry: From Object to Event

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A Topographical Approach to Re-Reading Books about Islands in Digital Literary Spaces J. R. Carpenter MATLIT: Materialities of Literature 2016
A Topographical Approach to Re-Reading Print Books About Islands in Digital Literary Spaces J. R. Carpenter 2014
Born Digital: Writing Poetry in the Age of New Media Maria Engberg 2007
Digital Art and Meaning: Reading Kinetic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations Roberto Simanowski University of Minnesota Press 2011
Digital Literature: Theoretical and Aesthetic Reflections Luciana Gattass 2011
Electronic Literature Scott Rettberg Polity 2018
Elvia Wilk in Conversation with J. R. Carpenter J. R. Carpenter, Elvia Wilk Lemon Hound 2014
In the Event of a Variable Text J. R. Carpenter Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 2017
Offshore of Writing: E-literature and the Island Jerome Fletcher, Lisa Somma Dichtung Digital 2012
Performing Assemblages of Collective Enunciation in 'The Broadside of a Yarn' J. R. Carpenter 2013
Písanie v interaktívnych médiách. Digitálna fikcia /Writing in the Interactive Media. Digital Fiction Zuzana Husárová 2009
The Broadside of a Yarn: A Situationist Strategy for Spinning Sea Stories Ashore J. R. Carpenter Performance Research 2012
The Computational Sublime in Nick Montfort's ‘Round’ and ‘All the Names of God’ Mario Aquilina CounterText 2015
Topdown Digital Literature: The Effects of Institutional Collaborations and Communities Yra van Dijk Dichtung Digital 2012
What is and Toward What End Do We Read Digital Literature? Roberto Simanowski Continuum 2010

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