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The ELMCIP Knowledge Base is a research resource for electronic literature and it is open for new contributions and submissions. It provides cross-referenced, contextualized information about authors, creative works, critical writing, platforms, and practices. Current contributors should log in to the knowledge base to enter new records.

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Authors

4637 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
van Schoonhoven G.J. 02.02.2022
Rood Lydia 02.02.2022
Lichty M Patrick 30.01.2022
Fitch Claire 28.01.2022
Alfrink Kars 28.01.2022

Publishers and Journals

925 records

Events

660 records
Name Event Date City Country Updated
You/I: Interfaces & Reader Experiences 22.09.2016 30.11.2016
XXXVIII Premis Octubre XXI Encontre d'Escriptors organization of the Panel La literatura digital 27.10.2010 Valencia Spain 30.11.2016
Writing Digital: MIX DIGITAL 3 02.07.2015 Bath United Kingdom 30.11.2016
Writing Becomes Eclectic: a Symposium on Electronic Literature 27.01.2011 La Jolla United States 30.11.2016
Writers Conference: Mind the Gap: Print, New Media, Art 23.03.2011 Grand Forks United States 30.11.2016

Databases and Archives

76 records
Namesort ascending Organization Responsible Project Type Updated
UbuWeb Archive 30.01.2013
trAce Archive trAce Online Writing Centre Archive 13.02.2013
The Typographic Archives Archive 19.08.2013
The NEXT Electronic Literature Organization Archive 03.06.2021
The Interactive Fiction Archive Archive 09.10.2012