Tag: moulthrop

Where Are We Now?: Orienteering in the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2


In an increasingly monolingual, globalized world, the second volume of the Electronic Literature Collection may just offer a map of the territory. The question the reviewer, John Zuern, poses is how do we navigate this terrain going forward?

Tending the Garden Plot: Victory Garden and Operation Enduring...


Dave Ciccoricco returns to Stuart Moulthrop, considers Operation Enduring Freedom (2003) in light of Operation Desert Storm (1991), and consults the annals of World War II for a likely source of “Victory Garden,” the title of Moulthrop’s 1991 network fiction on the Gulf War.

Joel Felix posts a response


On the futures of electronic scholarship - an exchange among editors.

L'Affaire PMC: The Postmodern Culture-Johns Hopkins University Press Conversation


Joel Felix listens in on Postmodern Culture’s privatization debate.

Electronic Books?


Stuart Moulthrop re-opens the debate on the “electronic book” and its continued marginalization vis-a vis print.

Shadow Dance


In looking to the future of the ‘electronic book,’ Ciccoricco digs up some of ebr’s manifesto-like remarks of old.

PMC editor Stuart Moulthrop responds


On the futures of electronic scholarship - an exchange among editors.

The Contour of a Contour


Despite talk of endings and absences at Eastgate Systems, Dave Ciccoricco investigates continuities in the work of Michael Joyce and Mark Bernstein.

The Rules of the Game


Virginia Kuhn reviews an essay collection - Cybertext: Yearbook 2000 - ambivalent about its own printed status.

Reviewing the Reviewers of Literary Hypertexts


Thomas Swiss unravels Laura Miller’s arguments in the New York Times Book Review and finds news of hypertext’s demise premature - as was Robert Coover’s call for the end of books five years ago in the same journal.