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  1. Philippe Castellin

    Philippe Castellin (1948, Isle sur-Sorgues, France) – poet, digital poet, artist, performer, critic. Graduated from the Rue D’Ulm Université (Paris), in 1991 received a doctorate degree (Aesthetics and Semiology) at the Université de Paris IV. He is the author of a number of poetry books and collections, including the following: Où il ne faut pas (Paris: Confidentielles Ed., 1976), Immalamour (in collab. with J.-Y. Bosseur,1982, a part was published in the Doc(k)s #50), Livre (Ajaccio: Akenaton Ed., 1984), Paesine (Paris: Ed. Evidant, 1989), L’Afrique (Ales: Aiou Ed., 1996), Travelling Slow (Marseille: Akenaton Editions, 1996), Khaki (Paris: Al Dante, 1999), Les_Grandes_Herbes (FidelAnthelmX ed., Marseille, 2011) and also of the visual poetry works, presented in the collection of the Galerie La Marge (Ajaccio) and published in various international magazines, catalogues, literary miscellanies and anthologies on the experimental poetry.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 17.03.2011 - 13:16

  2. Barrett Watten

    Barrett Watten

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 30.05.2011 - 21:08

  3. William Gibson

    William Gibson

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 13.09.2011 - 14:45

  4. Ray Kurtzweil

    Ray Kurtzweil

    Scott Rettberg - 22.09.2011 - 12:49

  5. Bruce Andrews

    Bruce Andrews (April 1, 1948) is a U.S. poet who is one of the key figures associated with the Language poets (or L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poets, after the magazine that bears that name). Andrews was born in Chicago and studied international relations at Johns Hopkins University and political science at Harvard. His first book, Edge, was published in 1973.

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 03.02.2012 - 14:43

  6. Barry Smylie

    Visual artist, lithographer, and web artist.

    Scott Rettberg - 26.03.2012 - 12:54

  7. Omar Khouri

    Possui Graduação em História pela Universidade de São Paulo (Bacharelado 1973.Licenciatura 1974), Mestrado em Comunicação e Semiótica (Literaturas) pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (1992) e Doutorado em Comunicação e Semiótica (Artes) IDEM (1996). É Livre-Docente em Teoria e Crítica da Arte pelo Instituto de Artes da UNESP (2007). Atualmente é Professor Adjunto no Departamento de Artes Plásticas do Instituto de Artes da Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho", campus de São Paulo, em RDIDP. Foi membro titular dos Conselhos do DAP, de BAP, EA, BLAV, e da Pós-Graduação em Artes, por várias gestões, tendo ocupado, interinamente, o cargo de Coordenador da Pós. Foi, por duas gestões, chefe do DAP e vice-chefe por uma gestão. Foi coordenador do Curso de Artes Visuais - Licenciatura e Bacharelado da mesma instituição, de ago de 2008 a ago de 2010. Atualmente é membro titular dos Conselhos do DAP e do BLAV. É poeta, artista gráfico, editor, historiador e crítico de linguagens, ocupando-se, também, com a elaboração de uma prosa ficcional artística de caráter experimental.

    Luciana Gattass - 14.11.2012 - 16:21

  8. Ángel Carmona

    Ángel Carmona

    Scott Rettberg - 11.07.2013 - 11:55

  9. Juan José Díez

    Juan José Díez was born in 1948. He is Doctor in Philosophy and Professor at UNED.
    “Don Juan en la frontera del espíritu” is his first literary work, a historical novel about the reconstruction of the drama of Juan Valera during his period in Washington.
    He is Director of l Portal de Literatura Electrónica Hispánica de la Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes and administrator of the blog Literatura Electrónica.

    Maya Zalbidea - 03.01.2014 - 18:31

  10. James Paul Gee

    James Paul Gee is an American researcher who has worked in psycholinguistics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, bilingual education, and literacy.

    Gee is currently the Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies at Arizona State University,[1] originally appointed there in the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education. Gee is a faculty affiliate of the Games, Learning, and Society group at the University of Wisconsin–Madison[2] and is a member of the National Academy of Education.

    (Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Paul_Gee)

    Susanne Dahl - 08.09.2016 - 15:50