In Small & Large Pieces

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ELL-W-176-1

Like New Condition

Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on 3.5in Floppy Disk in 1994. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

ISBN: 1-884511-15-5

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. It is packaged as "The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 1, Number 3" and published with Kathy Mac's "Unnatural Habitats." The black disk is for Mac and gray disk is for Windows. Contains manual, 1 gray floppy disk, and 1 black floppy disk. The folio is unopened, but the spine is slightly damaged.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

ELL-W-176-2

Good Condition

Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on 3.5in Floppy Disk in 1994. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

ISBN: 1-884511-15-5

Grigar purchased this copy directly from Eastgate Systems, Inc. for use in the lab. Filed under "The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 1, Number 3". Published with Kathy Mac's "Unnatural Habitats." Contains manual and floppy disk. Unopened and in mint condition.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

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Author(s)

Kathryn Cramer

First Published

1994

Original Publisher

Eastgate Systems, Inc.

Language

English

Description

"'In Small & Large Pieces' is a darkly surreal hypertext fiction written in Storyspace. It first appeared in 'The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext,' Volume 1, Number 3, Summer 1994, along with 'Unnatural Habitats' by Kathy Mac. Harry Goldstein in his review of the work for 'The UTNE Reader' writes, 'Growing up isn't for the faint of heart. . . . 'In Small & Large Pieces' is a psychic journey into the backwaters of adolescence, where Anna takes us through the looking glass (in, of course, more ways than one) and shows us a reflection of ourselves.'"--Electronic Literature Directory

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