The Electronic Literature Lab is happy to announce several events taking place in November and beyond that are open to the public.
Friday 11/10/2023 7 Pm To 9 Pm UTC (2 To 5 Pm EST And 11 To 1 Pm PST)
Deena Larsen, Artist-in-Residence in the Electronic Literature Lab, will be working With Wikipedia experts to address issues and barriers for getting works of electronic literature into Wikipedia (crucial as AI uses Wikipedia as a main information source…) Please join in! http://www.tinyurl.com/DeenaMeet
Monday 11/13/2023 at 4:30 PM PST/7:30 EST
Sarah Smith is giving a Guest Lecture in Deena Larsen’s DTC 354 course, an event open to the public via Zoom. Smith’s King of Space was originally written in the late 1980s and is considered the first science fiction hypertext. Join us at bit.ly/elo-salon.
Tuesday, 11/14/2023 at 8 am PST/11 am EST/4 pm UTC
November’s Tuesday ELO Salon will be a tremendously important event: a retrospective and salute to Marjorie C. Luesebrink, one of the major founders of electronic literature. The event, hosted by the Electronic Literature Lab, features readings and words by N. Katherine Hayles, Stephanie Strickland, Lai-Tze Fan, Stuart Moulthrop, Davin Heckman, Jeff Ballowe, and Dene Grigar. Join us at bit.ly/elo-salon
January 18 – 20, 2024, Online & World-Wide (Proposal deadline December 1)
We want to address barriers to access for electronic literature’s amazing and endless possibilities. Access barriers include disabilities (how can we share meaning and experiences across multiple senses?), technical (how can we provide authoring platforms and more within all tech capabilities?). This UnConference will explore these barriers and focus on ways to facilitate access for developing electronic literary stories, games, and art for all. Please see the details at https://dtc-wsuv.org/projects/access-works-conference.