ELO2016 panel, “Feminist Horizons”

A recording of the “Feminist Horizons” panel at this year’s annual gathering of the Electronic Literature Organisation, ELO2016, hosted at the University of Victoria. Featuring presentations by leading e-lit scholars and practitioners, Kathi Inman Berens, Caitlin Fisher, and Jessica Pressman. The session was chaired by Anastasia Salter.

Date: June 2016

Digital fiction,
according to Alice Bell

I speak with Alice Bell, Reader Reader in English Language and Literature at Sheffield Hallam University, on digital fiction, and her research in the field.

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Date: April 2016

The Digital Autobiographic: Holes, by Graham Allen

Mary Galvin speaks with Graham Allen about his work of digital poetry, Holes. A poetic vehicle for the exploration of chance, meaning, juxtaposition and language, Holes is a ten syllable one line per day poem which offers something less and something more than a window on the author’s life. Composition of Holes began on December 23rd, 2006, and it is now published by New Binary Press.

Date: December 2015