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Authors

4723 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
McPhee Christina 18.11.2023
O'Gallagher Liam 15.11.2023
Pugh William 02.11.2023
JODI 19.10.2023
Dutton Nathan 16.10.2023

Platform/Software

321 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Mad Pascal 27.04.2018
Hypertext 1962 06.12.2017
HPML 1998 30.11.2017
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Nintendo 1983 22.11.2017
Z-machine 1979 22.11.2017

Publishers and Journals

942 records
Name Updated
3:AM Magazine 26.09.2019
Aarhus University Press 17.06.2012
Ablex Press 01.07.2013
Above/Ground Press 16.06.2017
Academia del Hispanismo 26.09.2019

Events

670 records

Databases and Archives

77 records
Name Organization Responsible Project Type Updated
Art and Electronic Media Online Database 05.10.2020
Arte y políticas de identidad Archive 04.08.2014
Atlas da Literatura Digital Brasileira Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brasil Database 30.11.2021
Australian Electronic Literature Directo... Creative Nation: New Media Writing Database 14.05.2012
Biblumliteraria Fundación Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Archive 18.07.2014