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Let me just say how deeply impressed by the work all of you did on Blog Post 4. It was an absolute pleasure to read through your various engagements w/ a truly diverse body of texts. Truly. Wow. Great work.
So, Jason Nelson’s Dreamphage version 1 link is now actually correct to the right.
So, based on the shifting nature of Stuart Moulthrop’s Hegirascope (1995), the link I originally had provided to the right starts quite a ways into the work, and not on its first page. I have rectified this problem, and the link should … Continue reading
So, as I said in class today, I’m sorry that the obsolescence of certain software and hardware has made Shelley Jackson‘s Patchwork Girl (1995) prohibitively difficult to read in a classroom setting, but it certainly deserves all the attention it has … Continue reading
Over the past few days I’ve stumbled across a couple resources for electronic literature that might be useful. The first is a website dedicated to electronic poetry: I Love E-Poetry. Among what looks to be a considerable body of work … Continue reading
So, I am really eager to talk about the end of the novel, and have been planning on talking about the end on Thursday, but if another class or two means more people will be finished and it improves our … Continue reading
Last night, when I went to take my tenth anniversary edition of David Foster Wallace’s (1996) out of my bag, I discovered that time had been moving through it in a disastrous way. I had suspected that my well-read second copy … Continue reading