1 June 2008
The Electronic Literature Association Conference ended today. The presentations and art works we saw all demonstrated that electronic literature (however we might define the term) is very much alive and of interest to both the pioneers and a new generation of digital remixologists. Thanks to everyone who participated in the conference for this success.

The Electronic Literature Organization now has a viable membership body, and a clear mandate to continue envisioning the future of electronic literature, in whatever many forms it might manifest itself.

The next conference will be at Brown University, in 2010. Here's to looking forward to the work we will produce for that conference.

In the meantime, please see the "Post Conference" page for information about links and resources emerging from the conference. Included there are calls for papers, links to photographs, links to articles about the conference, etc. The "Post Conference" page is available, HERE.

May 29, 30, 31, June 1, 2008.

Registration information is available at the "Registration" page of this site.

Lodging information is available at the "Travel / Hotel" page of this site.

The Keynote Speaker is Mark Amerika.

Sue Thomas and John Cayley are two of our Featured Speakers.