Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures

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27615 Raleigh , NC
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North Carolina US
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1555-9351
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In close affiliation with Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge, a parent journal of Hyperrhiz, this site hosts experimental web-based projects. Hyperrhiz also provides a forum for the presentation of electronic installations, games, and performances through the use of archival video, photo, and text documentation. It is a peer-reviewed online journal of net art and electronic literature that is published twice yearly. The editor's interest lies "in the genres of electronic discourse, and how these formats might affect the expression of complex discourses within new media." Hyperrhiz welcomes submissions of net-ready art projects, electronic literature works, and review essays. As the journal's name suggests, works written in the spirit of Deleuzian approaches are welcomed but not required.

Critical writing published:

Work titlesort descending Author Appears in Year Publication Type
Hyperrhiz 09: Open Issue 2012 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 10: Bumper Reviews Issue 2013 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 11: Netprov 2015 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 12: Mapping Culture Multimodally 2015 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 13: Kits, Plans, Schematics 2015 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 14: The End(s) of Electronic Literature 2016 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 15: Open Issue 2016 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 16: Globalizing Electronic Literature 2017 Issue of a journal
Hyperrhiz 17: ELO 2016 Next Horizons 2017 Issue of a journal
Live/Archive: Occupy MLA Kathi Inman Berens Hyperrhiz 11: Netprov 2015 Article in an online journal
Looking Back while Moving Forward: The Case of Concrete Poetry and Sankofa Kwabena Opoku-­Agyemang Hyperrhiz 16: Globalizing Electronic Literature 2017 Article in an online journal
Review of Mark Bernstein and Diane Greco, Reading Hypertext Marvin E. Hobson 2011 Article in an online journal
Review of Philippe Bootz and Sandy Baldwin, Regards Croisés Mirona Magearu Hyperrhiz 09: Open Issue 2012 Review
Review: re:skin Jeanne M. Hamming 2007 Review
Spanish Digital Literature in the Garden of the Forking Paths Dolores Romero López Hyperrhiz 16: Globalizing Electronic Literature 2017 Article in an online journal
The Aesthetics of Generative Literature: Lessons from a Digital Writing Workshop Daniel C. Howe, Braxton Soderman Hyperrhiz 06: Visionary Landscapes 2009 Article in an online journal
The Riderly Text: The Joy of Networked Improv Literatur Davin Heckman 2014 Conference paper or presentation
The Riderly Text: The Joy of Networked Improv Literature Davin Heckman Hyperrhiz 11: Netprov 2015 Article in an online journal
Transcontinental Texts: Reality or Fantasy? Muhammad Sanajilah's Novel Chat as a Sample Eman Younis Hyperrhiz 16: Globalizing Electronic Literature 2017 Article in an online journal
Visionary Landscapes: Literature on the Edge of Time and Space Dene Grigar Hyperrhiz 06: Visionary Landscapes 2009 Article in an online journal
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