A Bibliographic Overview of Electronic Literature

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A bibliography of electronic-literature scholarship, created by Amanda Starling Gould and published in the Electronic Literature Directory.

The rapid emergence of this field necessitates a smartly curated beginners’ guide. This essay seeks to provide such by reviewing recent works that we feel represent an effective overview of current electronic literature (e-lit) scholarship. Sketching a durable architecture of critical contemporary e-lit texts is no easy task as both the pasts and the futures of the field are in dynamic shift and flow. In the service of putting forth a practical bibliography of e-lit scholarship, we here foreground the historical lineages (its disputed pasts) to focus primarily on the contemporary questions, conversations, critiques and critical theories that point toward its potential futures.

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E-lit online sites provide dynamic conversation for students and scholars.

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Eric Dean Rasmussen