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ELL-W-117-1

Acceptable Condition

Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on 3.5in Floppy Disk in 1996. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

ISBN: 1-884511-27-9

Grigar received this copy from N. Katherine Hayles for use in the exhibition, "Early Authors of Electronic Literature: The Eastgate School, Voyager Artists, and Independent Productions," that she curated for the Electronic Literature Organization 2008 Conference & Media Arts Show. Filed under "Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 2, Number 3". Published with "Barrier Frames" by Jim Rosenberg. Black and blue floppy disks are Mac format and gray floppy disks are Windows. StorySpace required. Contains 2 gray floppy disks, 1 blue floppy disk, 1 black floppy disk, poster advertisement, and registration card. Folio edges are heavily worn and bent. Blue floppy metal piece is bent. Manual is missing.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

ELL-W-117-1

Like New Condition

Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on 3.5in Floppy Disk in 1996. Currently in The David Kolb Collection.

ISBN: 1-884511-27-9

Grigar received this copy from David Kolb for use in the electronic literature lab in 2017. Filed under "Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 2, Number 3". Published with "Barrier Frames" by Jim Rosenberg. Black floppy disks are Mac format and gray floppy disks are Windows. Contains 2 gray floppy disks, 1 black floppy disk, and manual. Copy in pristine condition.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

Requires the following software:

  • Storyspace

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      Author(s)

      Jim Rosenberg

      First Published

      1996

      Original Publisher

      Eastgate Systems, Inc.

      Language

      English

      Description

      "These interactive poems invite the reader to explore the aural and visual possibilities of densely packed 'word clusters'--groups of words overlaid in the same physical and syntactic space. Readers use the mouse to peel away layers of text, rendering it legible."--Eastgate Systems, Inc.

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