Stephanie Strickland’s eight books of poetry include Dragon Logic, The Red Virgin, and True North. In 2019, How the Universe Is Made: Poems New & Selected, is forthcoming from Ahsahta Press. She has also published eleven digital poems. Her multi-platform V consists of six works, the latest being Vniverse, an iPad app co-created with Ian Hatcher and keyed to the two-in-one print book, V : WaveTercets / Losing L’una, from SpringGun Press. Zone : Zero, a book with accompanying CD, includes both print and digital versions of slippingglimpse, an eco-poem that maps text to Atlantic wave patterns, and of Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot, winner of a Best of the Net Award in 1999.
Recent digital literary work includes House of Trust, with Ian Hatcher, a generative poem in praise of free public libraries, and Hours of the Night, an MP4 PowerPoint poem probing age, sleep, and the night, with M.D. Coverley. A computer-generated project for print, Ringing the Changes, based on the ancient art of bell-ringing, is forthcoming in the Using Electricity series from Counterpath Press in 2019.
Strickland is a long-time Director of the Electronic Literature Organization and co-editor of the first Electronic Literature Collection. She has also published a number of critical papers and interviews. As the McEver Chair in Writing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Strickland created and produced a TechnoPoetry Festival. Strickland’s work across print and multiple media is being collected by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book And Manuscript Library at Duke University. For more on her work, stephaniestrickland.com