December 4, 2022
Lori Emerson introduces a gathering of nineteen electro-poetic essays. This gathering brings together both critics and creators of electronic poetry; as is usually the case in ebr, the ‘electronic’ does not exclude, but helps us to reconfigure and revalue poetic works in print as well as define what works in digital environments
February 19, 2013
The Politics of Plasticity: Neoliberalism and the Digital Text An earlier draft of this paper appearing as a contribution to the Materialities of Text conference organized by Sas Mays and Peter Thoburn for the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture in 2011. I am especially grateful for the generous feedback offered by Sas Mays, Bruce Thoburn, Gary Hall, and Richard Burt.
February 7, 2021
See John Cayley’s Aurature at the End(s) of Electronic Literature published in ebr in 2017.
September 5, 2020
The term Post-Digital was carried over into the title Bloomsbury collection, as a way of contextualizing the first two decades of ebr. Eugenio Tisselli has an essay of his own, “The Heaviness of Light,” in the closing section of volume 2 of the collection.
April 7, 2019
See Leonardo Flores’ essay, published in ebr, where he recognizes “the need to account for the explosive growth and diversification of e-literary digital writing practices beyond what is practiced and studied by the ELO community.”
December 20, 2018
See George Landow’s ebr review of Jackson’s “actual” hypertext, Patchwork Girl.
December 20, 2018
A similar deconstruction of Western individualism can be found in an essay by Babak Elahi in an ebr gathering of essays from the Electronic Literature Organization conference in Dubai (2017).
October 24, 2018
Coover and Rettberg’s conversation anticipates two essay gatherings that ebr has under way for publication early in 2019, namely: Essayism (edited by Jason Childs and Joseph Tabbi) and Natural Media (Lisa Swanstrom and Eric Rasmussen).
October 21, 2018
See the long-running ebr thread, titled Writing Under Constraint.