Winners

2017

The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature

1st Place
Alan Bigelow, How To Rob a Bank

Honorable Mention
Mez Breeze and Andy Campbell, All the Delicate Duplicates

Shortlisted Works
Serge Bouchardon’s “DO IT;” JR Carpenter’s “The Gathering Cloud”

The N. Katherine Hayles Award for Criticism of Electronic Literature 

1st Place
David Jhave Johnston, Aesthetic Animism

Honorable Mention
Maria Mencia, #WomenTechLit

Shortlisted Works
Judy Malloy’s Social Media Archeology and Poetics; Serge Bouchardon’s Towards an Tension-Based Definition of Digital Literature; Anastasia Salter’s Alice in Dataland

 

The Marjorie C. Luesebrink Career Achievement Award

John Cayley

2016

The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature

1st Place
Roderick Coover, Arthur Nishimoto, Scott Rettberg, and Daria Tsoupikova, Hearts & Minds: The Interrogation Project

Honorable Mention
Kate Pullinger & Andy Campbell, Inanimate Alice Episode 6: The Last Gas Station: 

The N. Katherine Hayles Award for Criticism of Electronic Literature 

1st Place
Jessica Pressman, Mark C. Marino, Jeremy Douglass, Reading Project: A Collaborative Analysis of William Poundstone’s Project for Tachistoscope {Bottomless Pit}

Honorable Mention
Dave Ciccoricco, Refiguring Minds in Narrative Media

2015

The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature 

1st Place
Samantha Gorman and Danny Cannizzaro, Pry

Honorable Mention
Daniel Howe and John Cayley, The Readers Project / How It Is in Common Tongues

The N. Katherine Hayles Award for Criticism of Electronic Literature 

1st Place
Sandy Baldwin, The Internet Unconscious: On the Subject of Electronic Literature

Honorable Mention
Lori Emerson, Reading Writing Interfaces

2014

The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature

1st Place
Jason Edward Lewis, The PoEMM Cycle

Honorable Mention
Aaron Reed, “18 Cadence”

The N. Katherine Hayles Award for Criticism of Electronic Literature

1st Place
Johannes Heldén & Håkan Jonson, Evolution

Honorable Mention
Calum Rodger, “Reading the Drones: Working Towards a Critical Tradition of Interactive Poetry Generation”