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by: Kamilow http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-240306 Thu, 02 Oct 2008 19:39:59 +0000 http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-240306 Her systematic survey of the field addresses its major genres, the challenges it poses to traditional literary theory, and the complex and compelling issues at stake. She develops a theoretical framework for understanding how electronic literature both draws on the print tradition and requires new reading and interpretive strategies. Grounding her approach in the evolutionary dynamic between humans and technology, Hayles argues that neither the body nor the machine should be given absolute theoretical priority. Rather, she focuses on the interconnections between embodied writers and users and the intelligent machines that perform electronic texts. Through close readings of important works, Hayles demonstrates that a new mode of narration is emerging that differs significantly from previous models. Key to her argument is the observation that almost all contemporary literature has its genesis as electronic files, so that print becomes a specific mode for electronic text rather than an entirely different medium. Hayles illustrates the implications of this condition with three contemporary novels that bear the mark of the digital.Thanks you ________________________ <a href="http://www.sohbetchath.com" title="sohbet" rel="nofollow">Sohbet</a> <a href="http://www.konyalife.net" title="konya, konya haber, konya reklam, konya emlak" rel="nofollow">Konya</a> Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/writerresponse/writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/wp-includes/functions-formatting.php on line 76

Her systematic survey of the field addresses its major genres, the challenges it poses to traditional literary theory, and the complex and compelling issues at stake. She develops a theoretical framework for understanding how electronic literature both draws on the print tradition and requires new reading and interpretive strategies. Grounding her approach in the evolutionary dynamic between humans and technology, Hayles argues that neither the body nor the machine should be given absolute theoretical priority. Rather, she focuses on the interconnections between embodied writers and users and the intelligent machines that perform electronic texts.
Through close readings of important works, Hayles demonstrates that a new mode of narration is emerging that differs significantly from previous models. Key to her argument is the observation that almost all contemporary literature has its genesis as electronic files, so that print becomes a specific mode for electronic text rather than an entirely different medium. Hayles illustrates the implications of this condition with three contemporary novels that bear the mark of the digital.Thanks you
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by: M.D. Coverley http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-204238 Mon, 17 Mar 2008 16:11:42 +0000 http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-204238 Dear all - I am posting this on the main page so that everyone gets a chance to see it. Kate Hayles has just published (with Notre Dame Press) a great book on Electronic Literature - and it includes a CD - ROM with the entire Electronic Literature Collection #1 included. It's a valuable book - and one that I think a lot of folks have been waiting for - best - Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink // aka M.D. Coverley New Horizons For The Literary by N. Katherine Hayles. Notre Dame Press. 2008. here's the full info: Readers of electronic literature are welcoming a new book by N. Katherine Hayles, Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary. This publication, from Notre Dame Press, brings together, for the first time, a comprehensive guide to digital narrative and poetry, studies of key works, a CD with a wide range of examples, and a companion website that features discussion and new essays. A visible presence for some two decades, electronic literature has already produced many works that deserve the rigorous scrutiny critics have long practiced with print literature. Only now, however, with Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary by N. Katherine Hayles, do we have a systematic survey of the field and an analysis of its importance, breadth, and wide-ranging implications for literary study. Hayles's book is designed to help electronic literature move into the classroom. Her systematic survey of the field addresses its major genres, the challenges it poses to traditional literary theory, and the complex and compelling issues at stake. She develops a theoretical framework for understanding how electronic literature both draws on the print tradition and requires new reading and interpretive strategies. Grounding her approach in the evolutionary dynamic between humans and technology, Hayles argues that neither the body nor the machine should be given absolute theoretical priority. Rather, she focuses on the interconnections between embodied writers and users and the intelligent machines that perform electronic texts. Through close readings of important works, Hayles demonstrates that a new mode of narration is emerging that differs significantly from previous models. Key to her argument is the observation that almost all contemporary literature has its genesis as electronic files, so that print becomes a specific mode for electronic text rather than an entirely different medium. Hayles illustrates the implications of this condition with three contemporary novels that bear the mark of the digital. Included with the book is a CD, The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1, containing sixty new and recent works of electronic literature with keyword index, authors' notes, and editorial headnotes. Representing multiple modalities of electronic writing--hypertext fiction, kinetic poetry, generative and combinatory forms, network writing, codework, 3D, narrative animations, installation pieces, and Flash poetry--the ELC 1 encompasses comparatively low-tech work alongside heavily coded pieces. Complementing the text and the CD-ROM is this website offering resources for teachers and students, including sample syllabi, original essays, author biographies, and useful links. Together, the three elements provide an exceptional pedagogical opportunity. Electronic Literature: New Horizons For The Literary can be ordered from Notre Dame Press and Amazon.com. Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/writerresponse/writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/wp-includes/functions-formatting.php on line 76

Dear all -
I am posting this on the main page so that everyone gets a chance to see it. Kate Hayles has just published (with Notre Dame Press) a great book on Electronic Literature - and it includes a CD - ROM with the entire Electronic Literature Collection #1 included. It’s a valuable book - and one that I think a lot of folks have been waiting for -

best - Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink // aka M.D. Coverley

New Horizons For The Literary by N. Katherine Hayles. Notre Dame Press. 2008.

here’s the full info:
Readers of electronic literature are welcoming a new book by N. Katherine Hayles, Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary. This publication, from Notre Dame Press, brings together, for the first time, a comprehensive guide to digital narrative and poetry, studies of key works, a CD with a wide range of examples, and a companion website that features discussion and new essays.
A visible presence for some two decades, electronic literature has already produced many works that deserve the rigorous scrutiny critics have long practiced with print literature. Only now, however, with Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary by N. Katherine Hayles, do we have a systematic survey of the field and an analysis of its importance, breadth, and wide-ranging implications for literary study.
Hayles’s book is designed to help electronic literature move into the classroom. Her systematic survey of the field addresses its major genres, the challenges it poses to traditional literary theory, and the complex and compelling issues at stake. She develops a theoretical framework for understanding how electronic literature both draws on the print tradition and requires new reading and interpretive strategies. Grounding her approach in the evolutionary dynamic between humans and technology, Hayles argues that neither the body nor the machine should be given absolute theoretical priority. Rather, she focuses on the interconnections between embodied writers and users and the intelligent machines that perform electronic texts.
Through close readings of important works, Hayles demonstrates that a new mode of narration is emerging that differs significantly from previous models. Key to her argument is the observation that almost all contemporary literature has its genesis as electronic files, so that print becomes a specific mode for electronic text rather than an entirely different medium. Hayles illustrates the implications of this condition with three contemporary novels that bear the mark of the digital.
Included with the book is a CD, The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1, containing sixty new and recent works of electronic literature with keyword index, authors’ notes, and editorial headnotes. Representing multiple modalities of electronic writing–hypertext fiction, kinetic poetry, generative and combinatory forms, network writing, codework, 3D, narrative animations, installation pieces, and Flash poetry–the ELC 1 encompasses comparatively low-tech work alongside heavily coded pieces. Complementing the text and the CD-ROM is this website offering resources for teachers and students, including sample syllabi, original essays, author biographies, and useful links. Together, the three elements provide an exceptional pedagogical opportunity.
Electronic Literature: New Horizons For The Literary can be ordered from Notre Dame Press and Amazon.com.

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by: Jeremy Douglass http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-517 Fri, 07 Oct 2005 17:17:54 +0000 http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2004/11/01/wrt-writer-response-theory/#comment-517 This provoked some debate and discussion - in brief - no, but there are some strong (and interesting) similarities. For our full response, check out the new post <a href="http://writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/2005/09/30/wrt-and-fictocriticism/" rel="nofollow">WRT and Fictocriticism</a>. Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home/writerresponse/writerresponsetheory.org/wordpress/wp-includes/functions-formatting.php on line 76

This provoked some debate and discussion - in brief - no, but there are some strong (and interesting) similarities.

For our full response, check out the new post WRT and Fictocriticism.

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