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  1. Mariusz Pisarski

    Founder and editor of Techsty - the only journal in Poland devoted exclusively to electronic literature (since 2002). Consultant and producer of several Polish e-lit works, translator of hypertext fictions by Judy Malloy, Stuart Moulthrop and Mark Amerika. Promotes electronic literature in popular press, literary circles and on the academic field. His PhD on hypertext (final stages) is an effort to bound the roots of contemporary poetics with medium specific qualities of network environments. In other words: "Roman Jakobson meets Espen Aarseth". The task in question is still much needed, after over simplifications of the nineties hypertext debate.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 14.09.2010 - 17:59

  2. Chris Joseph

    Chris Joseph is a British/Canadian writer and artist who works primarily with electronic text, sound and image, and sometimes publishes work under the pseudonym babel.

    His past projects include Animalamina, a collection of interactive multimedia poetry for children, and the interactive multimedia fiction series Inanimate Alice that has been incorporated into educational courses around the world. Inanimate Alice is one of several collaborations with Canadian author Kate Pullinger, including The Breathing Wall - a novel that responds to the reader's rate of breathing - and the collaborative fiction Flight Paths.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 18.02.2011 - 19:28

  3. Jeff T. Johnson

    Jeff T. Johnson is a writer, critic, and editor living in Brooklyn, NY. He grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles and lived in Oakland, CA for 16 years before relocating to the East Coast.

    His poetry is forthcoming or has appeared in Boston Review, 1913: a journal of forms, dandelion, Slope, VOLT, and Forklift, Ohio, among other publications. Critical essays have appeared in Sink Review, The Rumpus, Coldfront, The Aviary, Poetry Project Newsletter, and elsewhere. A founding editor of Kitchen Sink magazine (2002-2007), he is Editor in Chief at LIT and co-edits Dewclaw. He is currently writing a book of musicological poetics called Trouble Songs.

    Also a digital artist, Jeff is at work on Letters from the Archiverse, an ongoing visual poem composed in architectural modeling space using AutoCAD design software. He also collaborates on SPECIAL AMERICA, a digitally mediated theoretical performance. He is a member of the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO).

    Scott Rettberg - 20.05.2011 - 14:03

  4. Cheryl E. Ball

    Cheryl Ball is an associate professor in the Department of English at Illinois State University where she teaches classes in multimodal composition, digital media, composition theory, and digital publishing. She is also editor of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.

    Her teaching, research, and service focuses on multimodal composition practices in English studies. She teaches and studies how writers—whether they are students or scholars in the field—compose multimodal texts, which combine linguistic, visual, audio, spatial, and/or gestural modes of communication. Her aim is to help authors choose the most appropriate genre(s), technologies, media, and modes they need in a particular writing situation. The result of this pedagogical and scholarly work is a body of research built on student-produced and peer-reviewed multimodal scholarship.

    (Source: Author' s website)

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 16.09.2011 - 09:01

  5. Ulrikke Neergaard

    Studerer litteraturvidenskab [...] i København.

    Translation, from danish to english:
    Studying literary-science [...] in Copenhagen.

    Contributer to the: Love is in the air - project

    Dan Kvilhaug - 19.02.2013 - 21:08

  6. Xiaomeng Lang

    Xiaomeng Lang

    Patricia Tomaszek - 01.07.2013 - 14:14

  7. Vladimir Svetlov

    Владимир Светлов родился в 1973 году в Огре (Латвия). После школы изучал психологию в институте социальных технологий. В начале 90-х увлекся фотографией, поэзией, кино и видеоартом. Ранние эксперименты с кино привели к созданию первых короткометражных фильмов: «двойная смерть Тома В.» (в соавторстве с Дмитрием Ранцевым) и двух слайд-фильмов «Май Ок'тябрь и юль», «кокосовое печенье по французски».

    После периода работы в рекламных агентствах, фэшн и рекламная фотография становятся его профессией. Владимир сотрудничает с ведущими рижскими модными журналами. Pastaiga, Лилит, Santa, Космополитен, FHM публикуют его работы.

    В соавторстве с Артуром Пунте создает несколько концептуальных проектов: в 1997 году - «Луч» - выставку рекламы несуществующих духов (при участии Сергея Тимофеева, Вадима Агапова, Анны Фаныгиной, Александра Изотова), в 1999 году - «Как Хочешь» - первый онлайн «магазин» в Латвии, коллекция образов в которой владельцы сами демонстрируют свою одежду, своего рода архив уличной моды Риги.

    Natalia Fedorova - 04.09.2013 - 22:44

  8. Derek Beaulieu

    Author of seven books of poetry (most recently the visual poem suite Kern), four volumes of conceptual fiction (most recently the short fiction collection Local Colour: ghosts, variations) and over 150 chapbooks, derek beaulieu’s work is consistently praised as some of the most radical and challenging in contemporary Canadian writing.

    His first volume of criticism, Seen of the Crime, was published Fall 2011 by Snare Books and is now available on UBUWeb. In 2012 Bookthug published his critical edition (co-edited with Gregory Betts) of bill bissett’s seminal 1972 volume of experimental commentary RUSH: what fuckan theory and in 2013 Wilfrid Laurier University Press published Writing Surfaces: Selected Fiction of John Riddell (co-edited with Lori Emerson).

    In 2013 Wilfrid Laurier University Press published Please, no more poetry: the poetry of derek beaulieu as edited by Kit Dobson. This marks the 1st time an author under 40 has been honoured by inclusion in this series.

    beaulieu teaches Creative Writing, Theory and Contemporary Canadian Literature at the Alberta College of Art + Design.

    Alvaro Seica - 19.11.2013 - 11:32

  9. Santiago Eximeno

    Santiago Eximeno (Madrid, 1973) has published novels such (Saco de Huesos, 2011) or Asura (Grupo AJEC, 2004), short stories books like Bebés jugando con cuchillos (Grupo AJEC, 2008) or Obituario Privado (23 Escalones, 2010), and numerous stories in different anthologies and journals, as well as a vast number of flash fiction stories collected in volumes like Gas Mask (Ediciones del Cruciforme, 2012) or Un escarabajo de siete patas rotas (Amargord, 2013).

    Maya Zalbidea - 17.07.2014 - 22:26

  10. Julius Popp

    Julius Popp

    Scott Rettberg - 19.08.2014 - 15:07