Associate Professor Janez Strehovec received his Ph.D. in Philosophy (Aesthetics) from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1988. Since 1993 he has been working as the independent scholar and the principal investigator at national and international research projects on cyberarts, e-literature and the Internet culture. He is the author of seven scientific monographs in the fields of cultural studies, digital literature and aesthetics published in Slovenia (the last is Text and the New Media, 2007). His most recent essays written in English are included as book chapters in Reading Moving Letters (ed. by R. Simanowski et al.), Regards Croisses (ed. by Ph. Bootz and Ch. Baldwin), V sieti strednej Európy : nielen o elektronickej literatúre (ed. by, B. Suwara and Z. Husarova), Phenomenology and Media (ed. by P. Majkut and A.J.L. Carrillo Canan), New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression (ed. by Marcel Cornis-Pope), and Examining Paratextual Theory and its Applications in Digital Culture (eds. N. Desrochers and D. Apollon).