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  1. Shelley Jackson

    Born in the Philippines in 1963,  Jackson grew up in Berkeley, California. She earned a B.A. in art from Stanford University and an MFA in creative writing from Brown University. She established her reputation as a literary author by writing the early hypertext fiction A Patchwork Girl (1993) and has continued to work in multiple media. Her story SKIN, for example, was tattooed on volunteers' skin (2003). She has also published a print novel, Half-Life, and short story collection, The Melancholy of Anatomy. Jackson teaches in the graduate writing program at The New School in New York City and the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee Switzerland, where she is a writer-in-residence.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 05.01.2011 - 12:56

  2. Christopher Werby

    Christopher Werby is a programmer, photographer, and filmmaker. He has a Juris Doctor degree from Boalt Hall School of Law in Berkeley, Californi

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 05.01.2011 - 13:26

  3. Olga Werby

    Olga Werby, Ed.D. is an interface design expert with a doctorate from U.C. Berkeley on Internet-based learning. She has taught interaction design at the American University in Paris, the University of California Berkeley Extension Program, San Francisco State’s Multimedia Studies Program, the Bay Area Video Coalition, and Apple Computers.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 05.01.2011 - 13:27

  4. Joseph Tabbi

    Joseph Tabbi is the author of Cognitive Fictions (Minnesota 2002) and Postmodern Sublime (Cornell 1995), books that examine the effects of new technologies on contemporary American fiction. He is the founding editor of electronic book review (ebr), and has edited and introduced William Gaddis’s last fiction and collected non-fiction (Viking/Penguin). His essay on Mark Amerika appeared at the Walker Art Center’s phon:e:me site, a 2000 Webby Award nominee. Also online (the Iowa Review Web) is an essay-narrative, titled “Overwriting,” an interview, and a review of his recent work. He is professor of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Tabbi has served as president of the Electronic Literature Organization.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 06.01.2011 - 12:56

  5. Jim Rosenberg

    was born in 1947 in Denver, Colorado, USA, and received my undergraduate education at Pomona College and my graduate education at the University of California at Berkeley -- both degrees being in mathematics. My poetry has appeared in several small magazines, including This, Tyuonyi, Interstate, Open Reading, Toothpick, Vort, and BUTTONS. I have performed my poetry at The San Francisco Poetry Center; Intersection, San Francisco; Cody's, Berkeley; St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, New York; The Kitchen, New York; Harvard University sponsored by The Grolier Poetry Bookstore; and numerous conferences. My works for simultaneous voices have been performed by radio stations KPFA Berkeley, WBAI New York, and VPRO Amsterdam; and by the Stanford New Music Ensemble. "Intermittence", a poem for four simultaneous voices and conductor, has been anthologized in Scores: An Anthology of New Music, ed. Roger Johnson, Shirmer Books, 1981. I have constructed the word environments Temporary Poetry 10/73, Les Salons Vides, San Francisco, and Permanent & Temporary Poetry 5/75, The Kitchen, New York.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 11.01.2011 - 12:41

  6. Noah Wardrip-Fruin

    Noah Wardrip-Fruin

    Patricia Tomaszek - 11.01.2011 - 14:21

  7. Raffaele Pinto

    Raffaele Pinto is a professor of Italian Philology at the University of Barcelona. He is the director of the  “Societat Catalana d’Estudis Dantescos” and coordinates the “Seminario permanente de psicoanálisis, cine y literatura de la Universitat de Barcelona”. His main research topics include Dante and the influence of his work on literature and cinema, the history of modern European literature, literary theory (with particular attention to the psychoanalytic theories of literature and cinema), and the use of new technologies in teaching literature.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 12.01.2011 - 16:20

  8. Letizia Caiazzo

    Letizia Caiazzo

    Patricia Tomaszek - 12.01.2011 - 16:22

  9. Lorenza Colicigno

    Lorenza Colicigno

    Patricia Tomaszek - 12.01.2011 - 16:27

  10. Tommaso Tozzi

    Tommaso Tozzi

    Patricia Tomaszek - 12.01.2011 - 16:28