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ELMCIP Project Publications

All Peer-Review Publications Emerging from the ELMCIP Project

The following is a list of peer-reviewed scientific and creative publications that resulted from the ELMCIP project from June 2010-August 2013, along with a few video documentaries. The project has thus far resulted in peer-reviewed publications including four special issues of journals and two books, as well as a digital anthology of electronic literature edited by members of the research consortium that has been published on the Web and on USB drives. Additionally, the PIs of the project and associated post-docs published articles and book chapters in a number of peer-review journals. In this list we provide information about the ELMCIP-developed publications first, followed by the publications by individual PIs, followed by video documentaries. Permanent identifiers are provided for all publications that we either currently or expect in the future to host in full text versions in the ELMCIP Knowledge Base or Anthology.

I. Publications Developed Directly by the ELMCIP Project

1) Simon Biggs, ed., Remediating the Social (ELMCIP, Bergen, 2012). Print ISBN: 978-82-999089-0-0. E-book ISBN: 978-82-999089-1-7. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4635. Open access.

Contents of Remediating the Social

2) Scott Rettberg, "Bootstrapping Electronic Literature: An Introduction to the ELMCIP Project" pp. 9-10. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4702. Open access.

3) Simon Biggs, "Remediating the Social" pp. 11-14. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4703. Open access.

4) Nick Montfort, "Programming for Fun, Together" pp. 15-19. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4631. Open access.

5) Roberto Simanowski, "The Compelling Charm of Numbers: Writing for and thru the Network of Data" pp. 20-27. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4705. Open access.

6) James Leach, "Creativity as a Social Relation" pp. 28-31. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4706. Open access.

7) Annie Abrahams, Artists' pages: "Huis Clos/No Exit - Beyond Spectacle" pp. 32-33. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4640. Open access.

8) Romy Achituv, Artists' pages: "The Garden Library" pp. 34-35. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4675. Open access.

9) Johannes Auer, Rene Bauer, and Beat Suter, Artists' pages: "Search Trilogy" pp. 36-37. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4641. Open access.

10) Philippe Bootz, Artists' pages: "Small Uncomfortable Reading Poems" pp. 38-39. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4672. Open access.

11) Mez Breeze, Artists' pages: "_The_Tem(Cor)p(oral)_Body_" pp. 40-41. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4699. Open access.

12) Andy Campbell and Kate Pullinger, Artists' pages: "Duel" pp. 42-43. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2196. Open access.

13) J.R. Carpenter, Artists' pages: "The Broadside of a Yarn" pp. 44-45. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4671. Open access.

14) John Cayley and Daniel C. Howe, Artists' pages: "Common Tongues" pp. 46-47. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4677. Open access.

15) Shu Lea Cheang, Artists' pages: "Baby Work" pp. 48-49. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4648. Open access.

16) Cris Cheek, Artists' pages: "B A C K L I T" pp. 50-51. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4673. Open access.

17) Johannes Heldén, Artists' pages: "Natural History" pp. 52-53. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4551. Open access.

18) Brendan Howell, Artists' pages: "Exquisite Code" pp. 54-55. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/941. Open access.

19) Aya Karpinska, Artists' pages: "Absurd in Public" pp. 56-57. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4700. Open access.

20) Donna Leishman, Artists' pages: "Borderline" pp. 58-59. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4679. Open access.

21) Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery, Artists' pages: "The Final Problem" pp. 60-61. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4676. Open access.

22) Jason Nelson, Artists' pages: "Textual Skyline" pp. 62-63. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4678. Open access.

23) Penny Travlou, "Rhizomes, Lines and Nomads: Doing Fieldwork with Creative Networked Communities" pp. 65-69. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4704. Open access.

24) Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett, "DIWO: Do It With Others—No Ecology without Social Ecology" pp. 69-74. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4708. Open access.

25) Daphne Dragona, "The New Gamified Social" pp. 75-79. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4712. Open access.

26) Janez Strehovec, "Derivative Writing: E-Literature in the World of New Social and Economic Paradigms" pp. 79-83. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4712. Open access.

27) Alexandra Saemmer, "Evaluating Digital Literature: Social Networks, Selection Processes and Criteria" pp. 83-88. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4719. Open access.

28) Romy Achituv, "Embodied Algorithms: On Space and Mobility as Structural Metaphors" pp. 89-92. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4707. Open access.

29) Loss Pequeño Glazier, "Stringing Disturbances in Poetic Array Spaces: Reading by Close Reading" pp. 93-97. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4718. Open access.

30) Roderick Coover, "Constructs of the Interactive Documentary Image in Inside/Outside, The Unknown Territories Project, and Estuary" pp. 98-101. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7288. Open access.

31) Chris Joseph, Christine Wilks, and Randy Adams, Artists' pages: "R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX" pp. 102-105. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4723. Open access.

32) Leonardo L. Flores, "Authorial Scholarship 2.0: Tracing the Creative Process in Online Communities" pp. 106-110. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4715. Open access.

33) Chris Funkhouser and Andrew Klobucar, "Players Only Love You When They’re Playin': Community as Algorithm in Programmable Poetics" pp. 110-115. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4716. Open access.

34) Cécile Chevalier, "Rendezvous: A Collaboration Between Art, Research and Communities" pp. 116-121. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4709. Open access.

35) Natalia Fedorova, "Where is E-Lit in Rulinet?" pp. 122-124. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4713. Open access.

36) Yvonne Spielmann, "Thinking in Networks: Western/Non-Western Interaction" pp. 125-128. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4720. Open access.

37) Donna Leishman, "Out of Place: Digital In-Grouping" pp. 129-133. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4717. Open access.

38) Daniel C. Howe, John Cayley, Jason Huff, and Mimi Cabell, "Invisible Participation: Language and the Internet" pp. 134-137. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/5288. Open access.

39) Elena Cooper, "Of People Not Machines: Authorship, Copyright and the Computer Programmer" pp. 138-141. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4710. Open access.

40) Angela A. Thomas, "Remediating English Pedagogy: Nurturing Immersive, Complex and Creative Literary Experiences for Students in Contemporary Times" pp. 142-147. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4722. Open access.

41) Penny Florence, "Re-reading the Digital: An Inquiry Through Practice" pp. 147-150. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4714. Open access.

42) Mark Amerika, "Re:Mix" pp. 151. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4670. Open access.

43) Maria Engberg, Talan Memmott, and David Prater, eds., The ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature (ELMCIP, Bergen, 2012). ISBN: 978-82-999089-2-4. Permanent identifier: http://anthology.elmcip.net. Open access.

Contents of The ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature

44) Paul Bogaert, "Injecties (Injections)". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/injecties.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2859. Open access.

45) Philippe Bootz, "Retournement". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/retournement.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2859. Open access.

46) Serge Bouchardon and Vincent Volckaert, "Loss of Grasp". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/loss-of-grasp.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/135. Open access.

47) Andy Campbell, "The Flat". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/the-flat.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/1506. Open access.

48) J.R. Carpenter, "Along the Briny Beach". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/along-the-briny-beach.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/1748. Open access.

49) Johannes Heldén, "Väljarna". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/valjarna.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2011. Open access.

50) Zuzana Husárová and Ľubomír Panák, "BA-Tale". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/ba-tale.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2365. Open access.

51) Andreas Maria Jacobs, "La Resocialista Internacional". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/la-resocialista-internacional.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2365. Open access.

52) María Mencía, "Connected Memories". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/connected-memories.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/403. Open access.

53) Martine Neddam, "To Be or Not To Be Mouchette". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/to-be-or-not-to-be-mouchette.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2769. Open access.

54) Tonnus Oosterhoff, "Slaaplied (Lullaby)". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/slaaplied.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2856. Open access.

55) Ottar Ormstad, "Svevedikt". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/svevedikt.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2841. Open access.

56) Jörg Piringer, "RepeatAfterMe". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/repeatafterme.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2364. Open access.

57) Alexandra Saemmer, "Tramway". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/tramway.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2243. Open access.

58) Gerald Smith, "Noise". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/noise.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2818. Open access.

59) Beat Suter and René Bauer, "AndOrDada". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/andordada.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2411. Open access.

60) Rui Torres, "PoemAds - Sob o Signo da Devoração". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/sob-o-signo-da-devoracao.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4968. Open access.

61) Christine Wilks, "Underbelly". URL: http://anthology.elmcip.net/works/underbelly.html. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2070. Open access.

62) Scott Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek, eds., "Electronic Literature Communities, Part I", Special issue, Dichtung Digital 41, 2012. URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/Newsletter/aktuell/english.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3838. Open access.

Contents of Dichtung Digital 41

63) Scott Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek, "Electronic Literature Communities, Part I" (Editorial). URL: http://dichtung-digital.de/editorial/2012_41.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/5680. Open access.

64) Simon Biggs and Penny Travlou, "Distributed Authorship and Creative Communities". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/biggs-travlou.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3836. Open access.

65) Serge Bouchardon, "Digital Literature in France". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/bouchardon.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3837. Open access.

66) Philippe Bootz, "From OULIPO to Transitoire Observable". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/bootz.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3835. Open access.

67) Jill Walker Rettberg, "Electronic Literature Seen from a Distance: The Beginnings of a Field". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/walker-rettberg.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3834. Open access.

68) Scott Rettberg, "Developing an Identity for the Field of Electronic Literature: Reflections on the Electronic Literature Organization Archives". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/rettberg.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3833. Open access.

69) Rob Wittig, "Shyness, Cushions, and Food: Case Studies in American Creative Communities". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/wittig.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3832. Open access.

70) Hans Kristian Rustad, "A Short History of Electronic Literature and Communities in the Nordic Countries". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/rustad.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3831. Open access.

71) Nick Montfort and Emily Short, "Interactive Fiction Communities: From Preservation through Promotion and Beyond". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/montfort-short.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3830. Open access.

72) Donna Leishman, "The Flash Community: Implications for Post-Conceptualism". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/leishman.htm. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3829. Open access.

73) Stuart Moulthrop, "Sc4nda1 in New Media". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.org/2012/41/moulthrop/snm/. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8705. Open access.

74) Scott Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek, eds., "Electronic Literature Communities, Part II", Special issue, Dichtung Digital 42, 2012. URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7090. Open access.

Contents of Dichtung Digital 42

75) Scott Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek, "Electronic Literature Communities, Part II" (Editorial). URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=852. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7091. Open access.

76) David M. Meurer, "Towards Network Narrative: Electronic Literature, Communication Technologies, and Cultural Production". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=593. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7292. Open access.

77) Loss Pequeño Glazier, "Communities/Commons: A Snap Line of Digital Practice". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=540. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7092. Open access.

78) Ottar Ormstad, "From Concrete to Digital Poetry: Driving Down the Road of Continuity? A Personal Report from Norway". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=599. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7095. Open access.

79) Andrew Michael Roberts, Lisa Otty, Martin H. Fischer, and Anna Katharina Schaffner, "Creative Practice and Experimental Method in Electronic Literature and Human Experimental Psychology". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=1005. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7295. Open access.

80) Laura Borràs Castanyer, "Growing up Digital: The Emergence of E-Lit Communities in Spain. The Case of Catalonia 'And the Rest is Literature'". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=620. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7093. Open access.

81) Yra van Dijk, "Topdown Digital Literature: The Effects of Institutional Collaborations and Communities". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=830. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7094. Open access.

82) Jerome Fletcher and Lisa Somma, "Offshore of Writing: E-Literature and the Island". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=525. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7299. Open access.

83) Anders Sundnes Løvlie, "Flâneur, a Walkthrough: Locative Literature as Participation and Play". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=549. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7096. Open access.

84) Mark C. Marino and Rob Wittig, "Netprov: Elements of an Emerging Form". URL: http://www.dichtung-digital.de/en/journal/aktuelle-nummer/?postID=577. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7300. Open access.

85) Janez Strehovec, ed., "Electronic Literature and the New Media Art", Thematic section, Primerjalna Književnost 36.1, 2013. URL: http://sdpk.si/revija/PKn_2013_1.pdf. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8760. Open access.

Contents of Thematic Section, Primerjalna Književnost 36.1

86) Janez Strehovec, "Elektronska Literatura in Novomedijska Umetnost. Uvod v Tematski Sklop" pp. 1-6. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8763. Open access.

87) Janez Strehovec, "Electronic Literature and the New Media Art: Introduction to the Thematic Section" pp. 7-12. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8764. Open access.

88) Markku Eskelinen, "The Four Corners of the E-Lit World: Textual Instruments, Operational Logics, Wetware Studies, and Cybertext Poetics" pp. 13-23. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8765. Open access.

89) Giovanna Di Rosario, "Analyzing Electronic Poetry. Three Examples of Textualities in Digital Media" pp. 25-38. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8766. Open access.

90) Philippe Bootz, "Programmed Digital Poetry: A Media Art?" pp. 41-60. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8767. Open access.

91) Aleš Vaupotič, "Med Literaturo in Novomedijsko Umetnostjo: Sonetoidni Spletni Projekti Vuka Ćosića in Tea Spillerja" pp. 61-78. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8768. Open access.

92) Narvika Bovcon, "Literarni Vidiki Novomedijskih del Jake Železnikarja in Sreča Dragana" pp. 81-101. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8770. Open access.

93) Janez Strehovec, "Elektronska Literatura in Nove Družbene Paradigme" pp. 103-121. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8771. Open access.

94) Jerome Fletcher with Ric Allsopp, eds., "On Writing and Digital Media", Special issue, Performance Research 18:5, November 2013. In press.

Contents of Performance Research 18:5

95) Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya, “Towards a Poor (Techno)Theatre / Escritura Acto”. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8710.

96) Sandy Baldwin, "R/W/E or CHMOD -777". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8711.

97) Kathi Inman Berens and Leonardo Flores, "Aura in the Age of Computational Production". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8712.

98) Joanna Brown, Natasha Vicars, Mary Paterson, Tiffany Charrington, Eddy Dreadnought, Sally Labern and Tamarin Norwood, "Transcript of the Twitter Performance ‘Dawn Chorus’, October 2011" (Artists' pages). Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8720.

99) Wayne Burrows, Michael Pinchbeck, and Nathaniel J. Miller, "Extending the Platform: Digital Pragmatism and Hatch Nottingham". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8724.

100) Gabriella Calchi-Novati, "'Signature of Digital Subversion' – Joseph DeLappe’s Online-Writing Performances". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8726.

101) J.R. Carpenter, "The Broadside of a Yarn: A Situationist Strategy for Spinning Sea Stories Ashore". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/5008.

102) John Cayley, "Reading and Giving–Voice and Language". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8727.

103) Emma Cocker, "Live Code: Notations on a Kairotic Practice". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8729.

104) Christophe Collard, "Jesurun’s Digitalist Firefall: Staging the Analogical Relation as Cognitive Performance". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4049.

105) Maria Engberg, "Touch and Gesture as Aesthetic Experience: Performing Apps". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4048.

106) Mark Greenwood and Nathan Jones, "Adventures in Live Writing" (Artists’ pages). Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8732.

107) Laura Karreman, "The Dance Without the Dancer: Writing Bodies in Digital Texts". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8734.

108) Rosemary Klich, "Send: Act: Perform". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8736.

109) Simone Knox, "‘Compose new Tweet’: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective on Spectatorial Performance in the Digital Age". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8739.

110) Sebastian Melo and Nicolas Salazar Sutil, "Digitaland: Digital Performance in Many Dimensions". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8742.

111) Alexandra Saemmer, "Reading (De)coherent Hypertexts: A Creative Performance Based on a Close Reading of the German Hyperfiction Zeit für die Bombe". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4047.

112) Kate Sicchio, "Hacking Choreography". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8744.

113) Amy Papaelias, "Moving Words: Performative Readings of Kinetic Typography". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8746.

114) Danae Theodoridou, "On the Screen Floor Exploring Dances of Digital Language and Writing". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8752.

115) Kristof van Baarle, Kris Verdonck and Christel Stalpaert, "Virtual Dramaturgy: Critical Digital Practice in Kris Verdonck’s M, a Reflection". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8756.

116) Heather Warren-Crow, "Gossip Girl Goes to the Gallery: Bernadette Corporation and Digitextuality". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8758.

117) Sandy Baldwin and Scott Rettberg, eds., Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project (ELMCIP, the Center for Literary Computing, and West Virginia University Press, Bergen and Morgantown, 2013). Print ISBN 978-82-999089-3-1. PDF ISBN 978-82-999089-4-8. e-Pub ISBN 978-82-999089-5-5. Permanent identifiers: http://elmcip.net/node/8775 (Print), http://elmcip.net/node/8776 (PDF), http://elmcip.net/node/8777 (e-Pub).

Contents of Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project

118) Scott Rettberg, "Developing a Network-Based Creative Community: An Introduction to the ELMCIP Final Report". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8778. Open access.

119) Jill Walker Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek, "Electronic Literature Communities". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8811. Open access.

120) Raine Koskimaa, "Electronic Literature Publishing Practices ˗ Distinct Traditions and Collaborating Communities". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8784. Open access.

121) Maria Engberg, "Electronic Literature Pedagogies". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8785. Open access.

122) Janez Strehovec, "E-Literature and New Media Art". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8809. Open access.

123) Yra van Dijk, "Poetics in Digital Communities and in Digital Literature". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8810. Open access.

124) Jerome Fletcher, "Electronic Literature as/in Performance". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8812. Open access.

125) Maria Engberg and Talan Memmott, "ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature". Report. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8814. Open access.

126) Simon Biggs, "Hyperstitial Poetics of Network Media". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8834. Open access.

127) Markku Eskelinen and Giovanna Di Rosario, "Electronic Literature Publishing and Distribution in Europe". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/5695. Open access.

128) Penny Travlou, "Ethnographies of Co-Creation and Collaboration as Models of Creativity". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8835. Open access.

129) Scott Rettberg with Eric Dean Rasmussen, "The ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base: Project Report". Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8836. Open access.

II. Other ELMCIP Publications in Peer-Review Venues

130) Scott Rettberg, "From Traces to Collective Memory: Databases and the Development of the Field of Electronic Literature" in The Digital Subject: Questioning Hypermnesia (Les Presses du Réel, Paris, 2014). In press. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8841. Open access (prepress).

131) Scott Rettberg, "Human Computation in Electronic Literature" in Handbook of Human Computation (Springer, New York, 2014). In press. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8844. Open access (prepress).

132) Scott Rettberg, "Electronic Literature" in Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media, Lori Emerson and Marie Laure-Ryan, eds. (Johns Hopkins UP, Baltimore, 2014). In press. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8869. Open access (prepress).

133) Scott Rettberg, "Collaborative Narrative" in Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media, Lori Emerson and Marie Laure-Ryan, eds. (Johns Hopkins UP, Baltimore, 2014). In press. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8870. Open access (prepress).

134) Scott Rettberg, "Introducing the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base", Cibertextualidades 5, 2013, pp. 257-261. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/7747. Open access.

135) Scott Rettberg, "The ELMCIP Knowledge Base and the Formation of an International Field of Literary Scholarship and Practice" in Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011) pp. 353-365. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/308. Open access.

136) Scott Rettberg, "All Together Now: Hypertext, Collective Narratives, and Online Collective Knowledge Communities" in New Narratives: Stories and Storytelling in the Digital Age (University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 2011) pp. 187-204. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2633. Open access.

137) Scott Rettberg, "Finding a Third Space for Electronic Literature: Creative Community, Authorship, Publishing, and Institutional Environments", Journal of Writing in Creative Practice 4:1, 2011, pp. 9-23. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/2167. Open access.

138) Scott Rettberg and Jill Walker Rettberg, "Digital Media" in Teaching Narrative Theory (Modern Language Association of America, New York, 2010) pp. 221-236. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/320. Open access (prepress).

139) Scott Rettberg, "Editorial Process and the Idea of Genre in the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1", Spiel: Siegener Periodicum zur Internationalen Empirischen Literaturwissenschaft 29:1 (Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2010) pp. 85-97. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/324. Open access.

140) Simon Biggs, "An Evolving Apparatus" in Cyber Arte Cultura: A Trama das Redes, Fernando Pessoa, ed. (Museu Vale, Rio de Janeiro, 2013) Portuguese. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8083. Open access (prepress English language version).

141) Simon Biggs, "Make or Break? Concerning the Value of Redundancy as a Creative Strategy" in The Preservation of Complex Objects, Volume 2: Software Art, Leo Kostantelos, David Anderson, Janet Delve, et al., eds. (JISC, UK, 2012) pp. 12-18. URL: http://radar.gsa.ac.uk/2806/1/pocos_vol_2_final_release[1].pdf. Open access.

142) Simon Biggs with Penny Travlou, "Distributed Authorship and Creative Communities" in Acoustic Space 10, "Networks and Sustainability", Rasa Smite, Armin Medosch, Raitis Smits, eds., 2011.

143) Simon Biggs, "Publish and Die, Spiel: Archiving Electronic Literature", Spiel: Siegener Periodicum zur Internationalen Empirischen Literaturwissenschaft 29:1 (Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2010) pp. 85-97. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/1241. Open access.

144) Yra van Dijk, "A Performance of Reality: Handwriting and Paper in Digital Literature", Journal of Dutch Literature 2:2, December 2011. URL: http://journalofdutchliterature.org/jdl/vol02/nr02/art04. Open access.

145) Yra van Dijk, "Picking up the Pieces: History and Memory in European Digital Literature" in Literature and Multimedia in late 20th and 21st Century Europe, Marcel Cornis-Pope, ed., Series on Histories of Literatures in European Languages (John Benjamins Press, Amsterdam, 2013). In press. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8880.

146) Yra van Dijk, "Don’t Lurk Too Long: Art and Creativity in a Digital Community" in Poetics (forthcoming 2014). Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8881.

147) Yra van Dijk, "The Margins of Bookishness: Paratexts in Digital Literature" in Examining Paratextual Theory and its Applications in Digital Culture, Nadine Desrochers and Daniel Apollon, eds. (IGI Global, Hershey, 2014). In press.

148) Raine Koskimaa, "Hypertekstintutkimus" [Hypertext Research] in Genreanalyysi: Tekstilajitutkimuksen Käsikirja [Genre Analysis: A Handbook of Genre Study], V. Heikkinen, E. Voutilainen, P. Lauerma, U. Tiililä, and M. Lounela, eds. (Gaudeamus, Helsinki, 2012).

149) Raine Koskimaa, "The Experience of the Unique in Reading Digital Literature" in Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011) pp. 353-365. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/309.

150) Raine Koskimaa, "Reading Processes: Groundwork for Software Studies" [Rev. of Expressive Processing by Noah Wardrip-Fruin], Game Studies 11:2, 2011. URL: http://gamestudies.org/1102/articles/koskima. Open access.

151) Raine Koskimaa, "Cybertext Challenge: Teaching Literature in the Digital World" in Online Learning Vol 2: Digital Pedagogies (Sage, New York, 2011). Rpt.

152) Raine Koskimaa, "Teaching Digital Literature through Multi-Layered Analysis" in Reading Moving Letters: Digital Literature in Research and Teaching: A Handbook, Roberto Simanowski, Jörgen Schäfer and Peter Gendolla, eds. (Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, 2010) pp. 299-311.

153) Raine Koskimaa, "Approaches to Digital Literature: Temporal Dynamics and Cyborg Authors" in Reading Moving Letters: Digital Literature in Research and Teaching: A Handbook, Roberto Simanowski, Jörgen Schäfer and Peter Gendolla, eds. (Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, 2010) pp. 129-144.

154) Maria Engberg, "Jag är Dikt, Vi är Litteratur Tillsammans", Pequod 48, April 2011. URL: http://pequod.nu/2011/04/maria-engberg-jag-ar-dikt-vi-ar-litteratur-tillsammans/. Open access.

155) Maria Engberg, "Writing on the World: Augmented Reading Environments", Special issue, Sprache und Literatur 108, 42:2 (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, Paderborn, 2011) pp. 67-78.

156) Talan Memmott, "Codework: Phenomenology of an Anti-Genre", Journal of Writing in Creative Practice 4:1 (Intellect Books, Bristol, 2011) pp. 93-106.

157) Talan Memmott, Digital Rhetoric and Poetics (Ph.D. dissertation, Malmö University, 2011). Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/3567. Open access.

158) Talan Memmott, Laura Borrás, Rita Raley, and Brian Kim Stefans, eds., Electronic Literature Collection Volume Two (Electronic Literature Organization, Cambridge, 2011). Permanent identifier: http://collection.eliterature.org/2. Open access.

159) Janez Strehovec, "Digital Poetry Beyond the Metaphysics of Projective Saying" in Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature, Sandy Baldwin and Philippe Bootz, eds. (West Virginia UP, Morgantown, 2010) pp. 63-83.

160) Janez Strehovec, "Event-Space on the Move (On the Computer Games Philosophy)", Topos 2 (Minsk, 2010) pp. 90-107.

161) Janez Strehovec, "In Search of Novel Poetic Territories: On Media Poetry. An International Anthology" [Rev. of Media Poetry: An International Anthology, ed. by Eduardo Kac] in Cybertext Yearbook 2010. URL: http://cybertext.hum.jyu.fi/articles/140.pdf. Open access.

162) Janez Strehovec, "Digital Literary Text as a Play and a Ride" in Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011) pp. 381-393. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/268.

163) Janez Strehovec, "Cycling as Reading a Cityscape: A Phenomenological Approach to Interface-Shaped Perception", Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 19:22 (NISC, Grahamstown, 2011). URL: http://www.ipjp.org/index.php?option=com_jdownloads&view=viewdownload&catid=40&cid=176&Itemid=318.

164) Janez Strehovec, "The Work of Art in the Age of Turmoil in the Financial Markets" Maska, Performing Arts Journal XXVI (Maska Institute, Ljubljana, 2011) pp. 143-144.

165) Janez Strehovec, "Vstop v Svet Algoritemske Kulture" in Alexander R. Galloway: Teorija Video Iger. Eseji o Algoritemski Kulturi (Maska Institute, Ljubljana, 2011).

166) Jerome Fletcher, "... ha perdut la veu: Some Reflections on the Composition of E-literature as a Minor Literature" Journal of Writing in Creative Practice 4:1, 2011, pp. 53-65.

167) Giovanna Di Rosario, "Poésie Numérique: Entre Innovation et Tradition" in Écritures Évolutives, entre Transgression et Innovation (Université de Toulouse II – Le Mirail Press, Toulouse, 2010) pp. 196-206.

168) Giovanna Di Rosario and Lello Masucci, eds., Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011). Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/252.

169) Giovanna Di Rosario, "Introduction: OLE Officina di Letteratura Elettronica" in Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011) pp. 13-25. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/1257.

170) Markku Eskelinen and Raine Koskimaa, eds., The Cybertext Yearbook 2012 (University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, 2012). URL: http://cybertext.hum.jyu.fi/. Open access.

171) Markku Eskelinen, "The Textual Whole and its Vicissitudes in Digital and Ergodic Literature" in Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno (Atelier Multimediale Edizioni, Naples, 2011) pp. 226-237. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/290.

172) Markku Eskelinen, "Cybertextuality Meets Transtextuality" in Transforming Culture (University of Tartu, Estonian Literary Museum and Estonian National Museum, Tartu, 2010) pp. 332-337.

173) Eric Dean Rasmussen, "Review of The New Digital Storytelling (Praeger, 2011) by Bryan Alexander", Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 49:6 (American Library Association, Chicago, 2012).

174) David Prater, "An Interview with Maria Engberg", Cordite Poetry Review 36, 2011. URL: http://cordite.org.au/interviews/maria-engberg/. Open access.

175) David Prater, "An Interview with Talan Memmott", Cordite Poetry Review 36, 2011. URL: http://cordite.org.au/interviews/talan-memmott/. Open access.

176) David Prater and Maria Engberg, “Flash Points: Reading Electronic Literature as a Metaphor for Creativity”, TEXT 16:1. URL: http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue13/Engberg&Prater.pdf. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/4085. Open access.

III. Video Documentaries

177) Richard Ashrowan, Director, ELMCIP Remediating the Social, Documentary (5:16 version) 2012. URL: http://vimeo.com/59491659. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/6557. Open access.

178) Richard Ashrowan, Director, ELMCIP Remediating the Social, Documentary (12:06 version) 2012. URL: http://vimeo.com/59494603. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/6558. Open access.

179) Talan Memmott, Director, The Exquisite Corpus: Issues in Electronic Literature, Video-essay (58:06) 2013. URL: http://vimeo.com/76686430. Permanent identifier: http://elmcip.net/node/8787.

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