Tag: oulipo

Interferences: [Net.Writing] and the Practice of Codework

2002-09-08

Rita Raley on the varieties of code/text, as discovered in the object-oriented aesthetic of Mez, Ted Warnell, Talan Memmott, Alan Sondheim, and others.

Mister Smathers

2000-01-01

a short fiction by Harry Mathews

Literal Art

2004-11-29

John Cayley dadas up the digital, revealing similarities of type across two normally separate, unequal categories: image and text. “Neither lines nor pixels but letters,” finally, unite.

A User's Guide to the New Millennium

2003-03-26

Over 800 pages, the New Media Reader does not exhaust its subject; it even sets the stage for a companion volume.

Alire: A Relentless Literary Investigation

1999-03-15

Phillippe Bootz gives an account of the longest standing web-based literary journal in France.
Translation by James Stevens

The Revolution of an Anachronism: Radical Hypertextualism in a Text by Renaud Camus

1998-12-30

Jan Baetens re-reads a print hypertext by France’s leading gay author, whose work loses something in the actual translation into electronic hypertext.

The Comedy of Scholarship

2007-10-01

Katherine Weiss revisits Hugh Kenner’s playful work of scholarship Flaubert, Joyce, and Beckett: The Stoic Comedians, a book which offers a glance into the more experimental scholarship of 1960s France and provides an analysis that to this day seems original.

Literature from Page to Interface: The Treatments of Text in Christophe Bruno's Iterature

2007-10-11

Søren Pold explores the ways in which Christophe Bruno’s Iterature expands the notion of literary form and shows what happens when words are no longer only part of a language.

An Interview with Harry Mathews

2006-09-29

Michael Boyden interviews Harry Mathews via email.

Verse in Reverse

2004-06-27

On the occasion of the 2003 Fitzpatrick O’Dinn Award publication, Alan Sondheim asks some questions of formally constrained literature. The more strict the constraints, the more open, free, and plentiful the questions.

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