Spanish Language Electronic Literature

Research Collection
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The aim of the Spanish Language Electronic Literature collection is to provide a way for scholars, writers and artists to get to know the electronic literary works, authors, critical writing and events related to the field of electronic literature written in Spanish. This collection includes works by Spanish and Latin American authors of electronic literature including: hypertext fiction, e-poetry, webnovels, blognovels, collective novels and wikinovels. This collection has been made using databases from other Websites and it also includes creative works which are not published in any anthology but are published in individual Websites from authors and artists. The Websites which have been used to complete this collection are: Fundación Cervantes Literatura Electrónica Hispánica, Hermeneia, Ciberia, Proxecto le.es, Electronic Literature Directory from the Electronic Literature Organization, NT2 Répertoire Des Arts et Littératures Hypermédiatiques, Hipertulia, Biblumliteraria, the blog of Literatura Electrónica and Arte y políticas de identidad.There are certain needs in the field of electronic literature, according to Félix Remírez, these are the following ones: 1. The literary corpus should increase. 2. The text should be the focus, the story should not be hidden with special effects that can be of no interest at all. 3. There must be professional criticism on digital works. (Literatura digital. Cul de Sac, 2012). This collection facilitates and disseminates the literary production, research and events related to electronic literature in Spanish language from the last seventeen years.

People:

Namesort ascending Residency
Marcelo Guerrieri
Buenos Aires
Argentina
AR
Luis Javier Pisonero
Caracas
Venezuela
VE
Loss Pequeño Glazier
Buffalo , NY
United States
New York US
Leonardo Valencia
Guayaquil
Ecuador
EC
Leonardo L. Flores
Mayagüez , PR
United States
Puerto Rico US
Leja Hočevar
Leja
Slovenia
SI
Laura Sánchez Gómez
Madrid
Spain
ES
Laura Borràs Castanyer
Barcelona
Spain
ES
Juan José Díez
Sevilla
Spain
ES
Juan B. Gutiérrez
United States
US
José Manuel Lucía Megías
Madrid
Spain
ES
Jesús Montoya
Murcia
Spain
ES
Jerónimo Alayón Gómez
Javier Celaya
Bilbao
Spain
ES
Janina Bonilla
Costa Rica
CR
Jaime Ordóñez
Costa Rica
CR
Jaime Alejandro Rodríguez
Bogota
Colombia
CO
Hernán Casciari
Argentina
AR
Gustavo Romano
Argentina
AR
Floria Bertsch
Costa Rica
CR
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Critical Writing:

Titlesort ascending Author Year
Literatures in the Digital Age. Theory and Praxis 2007
Literatura y cibercultura Domingo Sánchez-Mesa 2004
Literatura electrónica en español: planteamientos estéticos de la conectividad Laura Sánchez Gómez 2021
Literatura digital: una nueva relación entre teoría y práctica experimental Heidrun Krieger Olinto 2013
Literatura digital: el paradigma hipertextual Susana Pajares Tosca 2004
Literatura digital. Cul de Sac Félix Remírez 2012
Literatura digital en Español: miradas y perspectivas Dolores Romero López 2011
Literatura digital en español: estado de la cuestión Dolores Romero López 2011
Literatura digital en español Dolores Romero López 2011
Leer literatura (en) digital: una historia de intermediaciones, desplazamientos y contaminaciones Laura Borràs Castanyer 2010
La literatura electrónica Laura Borràs Castanyer 2009
Humanidades digitales como estudios hipercoloniales Amelia Sanz 2013
Género y ciberespacio. Ciberfeminismo y cibercultura Laura Borràs Castanyer 2008
Experimental Poetry and Technology in Argentina: History, Critique, Politics Claudia Kozak 2011
Estética de la hipernovela. Un género de la inestabilidad Tomás Vera Barros 2010
Escritorios electrónicos para las literaturas: Nuevas herramientas digitales para la anotación colaborativa 2013
Del arte de medios al new media art: estrategias de contracultura y activismo Belén Gache 2014
Cyberliteratures. A Global Perspective Dolores Romero López 2009
Cómo construir hipernovelas Raymond Colle 2008
Ciberfeminismo: Teoría y práctica Maya Zalbidea Paniagua 2012
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