A snapshot of items on Joseph Tabbi's desktops, vertical and
horizontal, presented at the Chicago meeting of the Modern Language Association in December 2007.
Recorded by Joseph Tabbi. A week in the life of the artist.
There has never been a 'Best of the electronic book review' or a print collection. After ten full years of online publication, ebr has devised other ways of marking time, using techniques available in the same electronic media where the work first appeared. Here the editor presents an initial 'Gathering' of ebr essays, pulled from each of the journal's threads to date.
FC2 author and ebr "Fictions Present" editor Lance Olsen, in his 2005 novel offers one alternative for print fiction in the era of big data: to suggest and depict "the vastness of time when it is not strictly confined to numerical sequence."
William Smith Wilson injects the transcendentals of aesthetic illusions into Hardt and Negri's immanent materialism.