“Sedgwick’s emphasis is on generating concepts that add to the complexity and inclusiveness of our representations, rather than trying to prescribe the right revolutionary path.” Melissa Gregg reviews Eve Sedgwick’s Touching Feeling.
Johanna Drucker counters hands-off poetics with practice.
From origin stories to progressive science fiction, Lisa Yaszek studies the changing face of feminsim.
Paul Harris hybridizes the terms of hypertextual discourse and takes it to a higher power.
Marcel O’Gorman offers a candid account of what it means to introduce the computer apparatus into teaching in the humanities.
Lori Emerson reviews The Shape of the Signifier by Walter Benn Michaels.
In the triad of Verso pamphlets on 9/11, Nick Spencer sees a convergence of postmodern critique (against the capitalist culture of postmodernity).
Reflections on Creative Writing as potentially part of the tradition of the avant garde.
Mark Hansen responds to Linda Brigham’s review of Embodying Technesis: Technology Beyond Writing.
Luc Herman reviews the collection, Cyberspace Textuality by Marie-Laure Ryan, and warns against the creation of a false dichotomy between the digital and traditional print text.