Readings & Performances

On Friday January 6th from 8 p.m. to 10.30 p.m., there will be a reading of Electronic Literature off of the MLA Convention hotel complex at the Richard Hugo House (1634 11th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122-2419), featuring some of the artists found in the MLA 2012 Electronic Literature exhibit. If you are in Seattle in early January, please make sure you stop by to this free reading as it is a rare treat indeed to have the opportunity to hear these extraordinarily innovative writers read together. They will be reading the Electronic Literature highlighted in the exhibit as well as other works.

A downloadable poster (.pdf file) is available for the event.

Jim Andrews, "Aleph Nul"

Kate Armstrong, "Why Some Dolls Are Bad," "Space Video"

Ian Bogost, "A Slow Year"

John Cayley, "Terms of Use," "III=II=I=I=II=III"

Erin Costello & Aaron Angello, "Poemedia"

Marjorie Luesebrink, "Tin Towns and other Excel Fictions"

Mark Marino, "LA Flood"

Nick Montfort, "Taroko Gorge and other short text generators"

Brian Kim Stefans, "Kluge," "Suicide in an Airplane (1919)"

Stephanie Strickland, "The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot," "Errand"