Judy Malloy is a poet/researcher who works at the conjunction of electronic literature, magic realism, artists books, and information art. A pioneer in electronic literature, in 1986 she wrote and programmed the early hyperfiction, Uncle Roger. In the ensuing years, her hypernarratives -- including its name was Penelope, called one of the electronic literature classics by Robert Coover -- were published by Eastgate. She has taught at Princeton as a distinguished fellow, as a Fellow at the Rutgers Camden Digital Studies Center, and at SFAI. Her research and practice includes artist/consultant at Xerox PARC; Content Coordinator for Arts Wire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts; and Editor of Social Media Archeology and Poetics (The MIT Press). Her work has been exhibited/published internationally including, among many others, the Library of Congress; Sao Paulo Biennial; Walker Art Center; Hammer Museum; Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and The Iowa Review Web.