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Contact: eberry bgsu. A top tier publication, TIR-W published some of the best literary criticism and works relating to Electronic Literature. In TIR-W was discontinued. The Iowa Review has retained past issues on archive. Many of the current Electronic Literature artists got their start publishing in this journal. Because of its importance to the field, the editors have kept a robust archive available for researchers and artists.
Though no longer active, the journal enjoyed an excellent reputation for the cutting edge critical essays and literary works it published and played a significant role in the development of electronic literature. Born Magazine From until its retirement in , Born connected over contributors, generating an extraordinary record of collaboration between literary arts and multimedia.
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It was relaunched as a peer-reviewed Journal of art and culture in digital media in Join Our Mailing List. Prehistoric Digital Poetry, Prehistoric Digital Poetry, , , , , , , Prehistoric Digital Poetry, , , , , , , Prehistoric Digital Poetry, , , , ,. Funkhouser, with a foreword by Sandy Baldwin. Hardcover Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series.
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A singular and major historical view of the birth of electronic poetry. This inclusive volume functions as a resource-rich historical primer for those unfamiliar with the creative relationship between poets and computer technology over the last half century; a philosophical exploration of this relationship and its aesthetic implications; an encyclopedic critical attempt to document, contextualize, and classify but not confine early innovations, practices, and examples; and a broad survey of other critical perspectives, theories, and responses.
A practitioner and scholar of digital poetry, Funkhouser argues that early formal innovations--e. The author concludes by speculating on the potential impact of increasing user collaboration and control on the future of digital poetics. A useful chronology and extensive bibliography round out this comprehensive and definitive though at times meandering resource. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals. This is essential reading for anyone interested in digital poetics, constraint-base writing, or, indeed, the possibilities for new poetry in the 21st century.
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