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  1. Audun Lindholm

    Audun Lindholm is the editor of the literary magazine Vagant and is active in a number of other literary projects, including the Audiatur Festival and Gaspedal, an animated poetry publisher.

    Scott Rettberg - 18.10.2010 - 02:12

  2. Marte Aas

    Marte Aas

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 00:04

  3. Karl-Erik Tallmo

    KARL-ERIK TALLMO, Swedish writer, artist, lecturer and publisher of the cultural web magazine The Art Bin. Tallmo was born in 1953 and has written six books, including Sweden's first hypertext novel  (1992). He started writing concrete poetry in the 60's while still in high school. His debut as an artist took place at an exhibition in Karlskoga, Sweden, in 1970, with among other pieces a poem in the form of nine glass jars. In the 70's, influenced by musical minimalists such as Terry Riley and Steve Reich, he started to write text permutations and texts that gradually change through repetitive patterns etc. He has also been writing articles and criticism in newspapers and magazines for thirty years. During the 1990's he participated as an expert in governmental investigations on new media in Sweden, and he was also a member of several advisory boards, e.g. at the Royal Library and at the Swedish Research Council.

    Source: Tallmo's website

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 00:24

  4. Marte Huke

    Marte Huke

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 15:38

  5. Tale Næss

    Tale Næss

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 15:55

  6. Monica Aasprong

    Norwegian poet, living in Stockholm, who has done some work in concrete and online poetry.

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 16:07

  7. Ottar Ormstad

    Ottar Ormstad has published several books of concrete poetry. He has presented video-poems and exhibited darkroom-produced photography, and also graphic art and letterprints based on his concrete poetry. In 2009, he produced his first video called ‘LYMS’ which is screened in 20 countries, including e-poetry2009 in Barcelona and the Zebra Film Poetry Festival in Berlin 2010. The video ‘when’ premiered at e-poetry2011 in Buffalo, New York.

    Ormstad’s web-poem ‘svevedikt’ (2006) was selected for the “ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature” (2012), and 'when' was selected for the 3rd collection of the Electronic Literature Organization, ELC. 

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 16:09

  8. Cia Rinne

    Cia Rinne

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 16:12

  9. Sarah Waterson

    Sarah Waterson is a new media artist based in Sydney who experiments wtih data visualization, interspecies communication, and locative art.

    Scott Rettberg - 09.12.2010 - 01:03

  10. Michael Joyce

    Michael Joyce (born 1945) is a professor of English at Vassar College, NY, USA, and a pioneering author and critic of electronic literature. Joyce's afternoon: a story, 1987, was among the first literary hypertexts.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 05.01.2011 - 12:16