David Thomas Henry Wright

Person
Residency: 
Nagoya
Japan
JP
Nationality: 
Australia
AU
United Kingdom
GB
Born: 
1985
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David Thomas Henry Wright won the 2018 Queensland Literary Awards’ QUT Digital Literature Prize and 2019 Robert Coover Award for a work of Electronic Literature (2nd prize). He has been shortlisted for multiple national and international literary prizes, and published in various academic and creative journals. He has a PhD (English and Comparative Literature) from Murdoch University and a Masters (Creative Writing) from The University of Edinburgh, and taught Creative Writing at China’s top university, Tsinghua. He is currently co-editor of The Digital Review and Associate Professor (Comparative Literature) at Nagoya University. 

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A review of My Life as an Artificial Creative Intelligence Review Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2023
Beauty in code – 5 ways digital poetry combines human and computer languages Article in a newspaper The Conversation 2020
Beyond Maximalism: Resolving the Novelistic Incompatibilities of Realism, Paranoia, Omniscience, and Encyclopedism through Electronic Literature Article in an online journal Revista de Comunicação e Linguagens 2023
Beyond Maximalism: Resolving the Novelistic Incompatibilities of Realism, Paranoia, Omniscience, and Encyclopedism through Electronic Literature. Conference paper or presentation 2021
Beyond the Periphery of Modernist Prose: Digital Faulknerian Stream-of-Consciousness Conference paper or presentation 2019
Collaboration and authority in electronic literature Article in an online journal TEXT 2020
Computer as co-author: Creative Writing & artificial intelligence Article (other medium) Goethe-Institut 2020
Data as language; language as data Article or chapter in a book Carnegie Mellon University 2021
Digital Literary Creative Practice and COVID-19 Article in an online journal Journal of Intercultural Studies 2022
Digital Orihon (デジタル 折り本): The (un)continuous shape of the novel Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2021
Digital Realism Issue of a journal TEXT 2022
Dystopic plagiarized platforms: found text, corrupted code, and robotic poetics. Conference paper or presentation 2021
Extending modernist stream-of-consciousness aesthetics: Digital variations on William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury Article in a print journal Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 2021
From Twitterbots to VR: 10 of the best examples of digital literature Article in a newspaper The Conversation 2019
Italo Calvino’s Six Memos as ethical imperative in J.R. Carpenter’s The Gathering Cloud Conference paper or presentation 2018
Italo Calvino’s Six Memos as ethical imperative in J.R. Carpenter’s The Gathering Cloud Article in a print journal Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 2019
Self-Aware Self-Censorship As Form Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review 2018
Sound, Fury, and Consistency: Writing Recombinant Fiction Article in an online journal The Writing Platform 2019
Traversing Language, the Author, and the Word in Amira Hanafi’s A Dictionary of the Revolution Conference paper or presentation Springer 2023
Writing with the Australian Archive: Digital Posthuman Approaches to Australian Literature Article in an online journal JASAL 2023

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Digital Realism 2022 TEXT
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