CALL FOR FEEDBACK ON THE ELMCIP ELECTRONIC LITERATURE KNOWLEDGE BASE

ELMCIP Electronic Literature Publishing Seminar

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28.03.2011 to 29.03.2011
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University of Jyväskylä 40014 Jyväskylä
Finland
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 In 2010-2011, the University of Jyväskylä conducted a survey and produced a report on European electronic literature publication and distribution. The final report will be published by November, 2012. This seminar was organized, in part, to provide a forum in which to discuss the findings on electronic-literature publishing in Europe.

Day 1
The first day of the seminar focused on the draft of the survey report. Following a presentation of the report, the seminar offers an invited commentary by Mark C. Marino (U. of Southern California). In the afternoon, there were presentations by Marko Niemi,one of the editors of the Finnish Nokturno.org portal for electronic poetry, Laura Borras Castanyer, founder and director of the Vinaròs Prize for Electronic Literature (Spain), and Nia Davies from the non-profit organization Literature Across Frontiers (UK). The day ended with a workshop on using the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base led by Eric Dean Rasmussen (Norway). 

Day 2
The second day of the seminar included presentations of selected publications and their editorial policies (George P. Landow on The Victorian Web (US), Philippe Bootz on Alire (France), Beat Suter on Netzliteratur.de and Edition Cyberfiction (Germany/Switzerland), Laura Borras Castanyer on the Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. 2 (US), Peggy Hughes on Electric Bookshop (UK)). The seminar was closed with a panel discussion charting promising directions for future collaboration. A primary aim was to establish a tighter European electronic-literature-publishing network, one able to expand the audience for e-lit and to increase recognition within cultural institutions and organizations for digital-literary practice and works. 

 

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
A Response to the Report on Publishing E-Lit in Europe Mark C. Marino electronic literature, publishing, discussion
Database Research and Publishing: Using the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base Eric Dean Rasmussen electronic literature, publishing, database, Drupal
Editing the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume Two Laura Borràs Castanyer collaboration, Electronic Literature Organization, editing, electronic literature, literary history, anthology, scholarly editing
Electronic Literature Publishing and Distribution in Europe Markku Eskelinen, Giovanna Di Rosario publishing, electronic literature, literary history, e-lit, white paper, distribution
Electronic Literature Publishing and Distribution in Europe Markku Eskelinen, Giovanna Di Rosario publishing, electronic literature, magazines, competitions, collections, galleries, museums
Introducing Literature Across Frontiers Nia Davies literary organization, nonprofit, publishing
Netzliteratur.net and Edition Cyberfiction Beat Suter publishing, electronic literature, literary history, Germany, Switzerland
Nokturno.org
Scholarly Publishing of Hypertext, the Case of "The Victorian Web" George P. Landow hypertext, Victorian literature, scholarly editing, publishing
The Tradition of E-Lit Publishing in France Philippe Bootz france, electronic literature, literary history, e-lit
The Vinaròs Prize for Electronic Literature Laura Borràs Castanyer electronic literature, literary history, e-lit, prizes, cultural programs, cultural capital
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Elisabeth Nesheim
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