Paper given by Dene Grigar at the 2019 International Association of University Professors of English Conference, Poznan, Poland.
Kinepoeia: “Movement suggested by the textual representation of the word––is drawn from the term, onomatopoeia, the rhetorical strategy that associates sound with textual representation (e.g. bam/bam) but is unlike it is indigenous to the digital medium” (Grigar). See her entry at the Electronic Literature Directory: http://directory.eliterature.org/glossary/4967.
Access to Kinetic Poetry Referenced in This Presentation
Rob Kendall, “Faith,” https://elo-repository.org/cauldronandnet/volume4/confluence/kendall/title_page.htm.
Thom Swiss, “Shy Boy,” https://elo-repository.org/cauldronandnet/volume4/confluence/swiss/shyboy.html.
Sasha West and Robert Lavandera, “Zoology,” http://www.bornmagazine.org/projects/zoology/.
“List of Flash and Shockwave works at the Electronic Literature Organization Repository,” Electronic Literature Lab, https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1REFxZ71i851zX8m3Yso5n1jc1bpPQXZSDK9Dy9q9SD8/edit?usp=sharing.
Electronic Literature Organization Repository: http://elo-repository.org.
A special thank you to ELL Team Member Holly Slocum for preparing the art for the handout and presentation and to Moneca Roath for creating the animation clips for the presentation.