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  1. Jerome Fletcher

    Jerome Fletcher is Associate Professor in Performance Writing and Award Leader for MA Performance Writing at the University College Falmouth. His research interests grows directly out of his present practice as a writer and this is divided into two areas - writing for digital media and writing for large scale collaborative installation and performance. The former investigates layering, the confusion between accretion and erasure in writing. the simulataneity of an indivdual and collective reading and the use of the Archive as resource for a writing practice. The latter concerns the tension between scripting and improvisation, collaboration and multimedia, and the actualising of fictionalised personae and spaces.

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 12.09.2010 - 20:26

  2. Andreas Maria Jacobs

    A. Andreas (NL 1956) is a transdisciplinary artist, writer and editor, studied physics and mathematics at the University of Amsterdam NL, electronic and computer music at the State University Utrecht NL and holds a BSc. in software engineering (University of Applied Sciences - The Hague NL). Among his works are Ors Vibranter Wurld 2008, Creative Resistance - New Media as Soft Arms 2007, Semantic Disturbances 200X, Fiat Lux 2005 and Gerausche aus der Helle 1989. His pieces have appeared in Nictoglobe (Volume 14 Issue 3, 2005) and New River Journal (Fall, 2007) as well as being performed at various Europian festivals and nightclubs. An agent for the Brahamian Intelligence Service }|{ Online. He has publiced essays in project.Arnolfini (UK 2008), seecult.org (Serbia 2007), MetaMute (UK 2007) among others. He is publisher/editor of Nictoglobe magazine, ISSN 1874-9534, online since 1986! An irregular contributor to Poetry Kessel-Lo Belgium and the Theory and Wryting mailinglist. A. Andreas is currently working as a free-lanced software engineer. He lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Walkenried, Germany with Judith V. and their 3 children.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 18.02.2011 - 19:22

  3. William Poundstone

    Born in 1955 in Morgantown, West Virginia, Poundstone is an accomplished American author of many books and articles as well as two very notable works of electronic literature. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

    (Source: http://scalar.usc.edu/aclsworkbench/reading-project/william-poundstone-bio)

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 18.02.2011 - 19:27

  4. Erín Moure

    Erín Moure is a Canadian poet and translator. 

    Poet in English and English/Galician, translator of poetry—especially the syntactically strange or "difficult"— from Galician, French, Spanish, and Portuguese to English. Lives in Montreal and Kelowna, works everywhere. Allergic person, friend, lesboqueer, cyclist commuter, small footprint on earth, cook.

    (Source: Author's website)

    Meri Alexandra Raita - 11.02.2012 - 20:16

  5. Radosław Nowakowski

    Author and translator. Translator of afternoon, a story into Polish (together with Mariusz Pisarski). Authored the hypertext Koniec świata według Emeryka (2005). 

    Patricia Tomaszek - 14.03.2012 - 12:52

  6. Cris Cheek

    Cris Cheek is a British poet, artist, interdisciplinary performer and professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Born in London in 1955, he lived and worked in that capital until the early 1990s. One early influence was working alongside Bob Cobbing at the Poetry Society printshop and the Writers Forum group of poets who met with regularity on the premises in Earls Court. In 1981 he was a co-founder of Chisenhale Dance Space and for much of that decade he worked alongside musicians from the London Musicians Collective, choreographers and live artists to make interdisciplinary works. Between 1994-2005 he was based in the most easterly English town of Lowestoft, before emigrating to the United States. His musical collaborations include Slant (a trio with Phillip Jeck and Sianed Jones). A large body of interdisciplinary performance writing was produced in collaboration with Kirsten Lavers under the author function Things Not Worth Keeping. He taught on the Performance Writing course (1995-2002) at Dartington College of Arts where he was a Research Fellow in interdisciplinary text (2000-2002). He lives on the plateau of the southwest Ohio River Valley, with his son.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 02.05.2012 - 11:13

  7. Andrea Zingoni

    Andrea Zingoni

    Roberta Iadevaia - 30.11.2021 - 15:01