Tag Archives: Electronic Poetry

Reading Electronic Literature: Everything is Significant

One of the most important aspects to consider when reading electronic literature is the form it takes and how this affects the way we read it.  As with many of the electronic texts we’ve read this semester, Stephanie Strickland’s “Vniverse” … Continue reading

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Human Knowledge in the Vniverse

[Text: and it tilts. The thought of such knowledge, hard to gain, how to keep, we have lost, except for the Rabbis who copy the Talmud, who know by G[ ]d no scintilla must change, not by unconscious slips, not … Continue reading

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Electronic Literature Resources

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

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