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Work titlesort descending Author Appears in Year Publication Type
140 Characters in Search of a Story: Twitterfiction as an Emerging Narrative Form Thomas Bronwen Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Article or chapter in a book
An Immigration History Of Britain: Multicultural Racism Since 1800 Panikos Panayi 2014 Book (monograph) - print
An Introduction to Narratology Monika Fludernik 2010 Book (monograph) - print
Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Book (collection)
Art Platforms and Cultural Production on the Internet Olga Goriunova 2012 Book (monograph) - print
Bodies in Code Mark B. N. Hansen 2006 Book (monograph) - print
Code Poetry and New-Media Literature Steve Tomasula The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature 2012 Article or chapter in a book
Collecting and Conserving Net Art: Moving beyond Conventional Methods Annet Dekker 2018 Book (monograph) - print
Constructing Postmodernism Brian McHale 1992 Book (monograph) - print
Digital Currents: Art in the Electronic Age Margot Lovejoy 2004 Book (monograph) - print
Digital Fiction and Worlds of Perspective David Ciccoricco Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Article or chapter in a book
Digital Fiction: Networked Narratives David Ciccoricco The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature 2012 Article or chapter in a book
Digital Storytelling: Capturing Lives, Creating Community Joe Lambert, Brooke Hessler 2018 Book (monograph) - print
E-literature Joseph Tabbi The Routledge Companion to Literature and Science 2011 Article or chapter in a book
E-literature for Children: Enhancing Digital Literacy Learning Len Unsworth 2005 Book (monograph) - print
Fairy tales and the art of subversion: The classical genre for children and the process of civilization Jack David Zipes 2006
Figures of Gestural Manipulation in Digital Fictions Serge Bouchardon Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Article or chapter in a book
From Theorizing to Analyzing Digital Fiction Alice Bell, Astrid Ensslin, Hans Kristian Rustad Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Article or chapter in a book
How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis N. Katherine Hayles 1997 Book (monograph) - print
Hyperfiction as a Medium for Drifting Times: A Close Reading of the German Hyperfiction Zeit für die Bombe Alexandra Saemmer Analyzing Digital Fiction 2014 Article or chapter in a book

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