Electronic Literature Knowledge Base

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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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Critical Writing

4970 records
Titlesort descending Author Publication Type Appears in Updated Year
"I Am a Double Agent": Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl and the Persistence of Print in the Age of Hypertext Paul Hackman Article in an online journal, Article in a print journal 27.09.2016 2011
"In the Beginning Was the Poem@": Interspecies, Robotics & Random/e-Poetry. Tina Escaja Article in a print journal 09.03.2021 2019
"Jailbreaking the Global Mnemotechnical System: Electropoetics as Resistance" Davin Heckman Conference paper or presentation ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog, ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog (e-Pub), ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog (PDF) 27.09.2016 2015
"Learn to taste the tea on both sides": AR, Digital Ekphrasis, and a Future for Electronic Literature Robert Fletcher Conference panel or roundtable ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog, ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog (e-Pub), ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog (PDF) 27.09.2016 2015
"Literature," Progress, and Monsters: What is Electronic Literature? Mary L. Godwin Book (Ph.D. dissertation) 16.02.2021 2017

Authors

4608 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Robert-Foley Lily 17.11.2021
Torres Rui 16.11.2021
Refsgaard Andreas 12.11.2021
Erslev Stavning Malthe 12.11.2021
Visti Anders 12.11.2021

Platform/Software

297 records
Titlesort descending Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Commodore 128 1985 09.10.2018
Commodore 64 1982 11.11.2016
Connection System 27.08.2021
Corel Draw 1989 17.04.2015
cyberlink powerdirector 12.04.2020

Events

660 records
Name Event Date City Country Updated
Researching the Reading Experience 11.06.2013 Oslo Norway 30.11.2016
Arabic Electronic Literature 25.02.2018 Dubai United Arab Emirates 14.09.2018
III Mostra 3M de Arte Digital 15.08.2012 São Paulo Brazil 30.11.2016
International Digital Media Arts Association 2011 13.01.2013 30.11.2016
Literatuur op het Scherm 13.12.2014 08.11.2017

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