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Featured Works

“Electronic Literature & Its Emerging Forms” is organized in three main sections: Electronic Literature Stations, Context Stations, and Creation Stations.


Below is the list of Electronic Literature Stations and the authors and works found at each.

Electronic Literature Station 1:  From Concrete to Kinetic Poetry

Eduardo Kac, “Nao!” (1982/84): Read More
Dan Waber, “Strings” (1999):  Read More
Thom Swiss, “Shy Boy” (2002):  Read More
Robert Kendall, “Faith” (2002 ): Read More
A. J. Patrick Liszkiewicz, “Afeeld” (2010): Read More


Electronic Literature Station 2: From Cut Up to Broken Up

Michael Joyce, afternoon: a story (1990):  Read More
Stuart Moulthrop, Victory Garden (1991):  Read More
Judy Malloy, its name was Penelope (1993): Read More
Jennifer T. Ley, The Body Politic (1999): Read More
M.D. Coverley, Egypt:  The Book of Going Forth by Day (2006):  Read More
Stephanie Strickland, “slippingglimpse” (2007):  Read More


Electronic Literature Station 3:  From Pong to Literary Games

Nick Montfort, “Ad Verbum” (2000):  Read More
Emily Short, “Galatea” (2000):  Read More
Jason Nelson, “Game, game, game and again game” (2007):  Read More
Alan Bigelow, “This Is Not a Poem,” (2010):  Read More
Jason Edward Lewis, P.O.E.M.M. Cycle (2011): Read More
Jody Zellen, “Spine Sonnet” (2012): Read More
Mark Marino, “Living Will” (2012):  Read More

Electronic Literature Station 4:  From the Great American Novel to the Digital Multimodal Narrative

Rand Miller, Robyn Miller, & David Wingrove, Myst (1993)
Ingrid Ankerson & Megan Sapnar, “Cruising” (2001): Read More
Michael Mateus & Andrew Stern, Façade (2005): Read More
Evan Young & Geoffrey Young, The Carrier (2009): Read More
Steve Tomasula, TOC the Novel (2009):  Read More


Electronic Literature Station 5:  From Artists’ Books to Electronic Art

Talan Memmott, Lexia to Perplexia (2000): Read More
Erik Loyer, “Strange Rain” (2010): Read More
Electronic Literature Collection 2, [“book” & flash drive format] (2011): Read More
Amaranth Borsuk & Brad Bouse, Between Page and Screen (2012): Read More


Special Addition to Electronic Literature Station 2 on Friday, April 5, 2013, from 10 a.m.-1:00 p.m.:  Items from “The Deena Larsen Collection,” made possible the from Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities.

This special addition to the exhibit from the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities includes unique material artifacts related to the composition and exhibition of Marble Springs and other pathbreaking works of electronic fiction.