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  1. Helmut Schanze

    Helmut Schanze

    Jörgen Schäfer - 18.10.2011 - 14:41

  2. Svend Åge Madsen

    Danish author of many well-received novels. His 1972 novel Dager med Diam (translated to English as Days with Diam) is seen as a precursor to hypertext, as it is a branching narrative where the reader can choose different pathways.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 27.01.2013 - 21:00

  3. David Kolb

    David Kolb is an American philosopher and writer who trained in both Greek and Latin classical studies. After completing his PhD in Philosophy at Yale University, he taught philosophy at the University of Chicago and Bates College. He is now the Charles A. Dana Professor Emeritus at Bates College. Socrates in the Labyrinth (1994) and Sprawling Places (2008), figure as his two main hypertextual writings.

    Scott Rettberg - 26.06.2013 - 12:45

  4. Fred Wah

    Fred Wah was born in 1939 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan to parents of Swedish and Chinese origin. He grew up in the West Kootenays in rural B.C. where his parents owned or ran several Chinese-Canadian cafés. Wah studied Music and English at U.B.C. (BA 1962) and took an MA in Linguistics and Literature at SUNY Buffalo in 1967. From 1967-1989, he taught at Selkirk College and David Thompson University Centre, Nelson while living in South Slocan, raising a family (with teacher and literary critic Pauline Butling), and writing more than a dozen books of poetry. They moved to Calgary in 1989, where he taught English and Creative Writing until his retirement in 2003. Currently Professor Emeritus at the University of Calgary, he divides his time between Vancouver and a seasonal home near Nelson.

    J. R. Carpenter - 21.02.2014 - 06:00

  5. Daniel Santiago

    Daniel Santiago

    Alvaro Seica - 16.08.2018 - 18:07