The Last Volcano: a web-viewable version of a narrative film produced with Roderick Coover, 1/3 of Katastrofetrilogien.
After Parthenope: a generative fiction produced for the 2011 Officina del Litterature Electronica exhibition in Naples.
Frequency poems: poems produced with the Frequency poetry generator, an aspect of a larger constrained writing project. 2009.
Tokyo Garage. A remix of Nick Montfort's Taroko Garage poetry generator, for the imaginary city. 2009.
The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume One. N. Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, and Stephanie Strickland, eds. An edited CD-ROM and online anthology of selected works of electronic literature. College Park, MD: The Electronic Literature Organization, 2006.
Implementation, a novel on stickers. With Nick Montfort. 2005.
“The Meddlesome Passenger.” Beehive 05:01 (2002). (Internet Explorer required).
Kind of Blue, a serial novel for email. Frame Journal of Technology and Culture (August 2003).
The Unknown, a hypertext novel. 1998-2002. With William Gillespie, Frank Marquardt, and Dirk Stratton.
“Situating Change: Combinatory Writing, Collaboration, and Technopolitical Reality.” Hyperrhiz 12, 2015.
“Electronic Literature.” Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2014.
“An Emerging Canon: An Emerging Canon? A Preliminary Analysis of All References to Creative Works in Critical Writing Documented in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base.” electronic book review, 2014.
“Human Computation in Electronic Literature.” The Handbook of Human Computation. New York: Springer, 2013.
“Communitizing Electronic Literature.” Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2009.
“Corporate Ideology in World of Warcraft.” Book chapter in World(s) of Warcraft, a Critical Anthology of World of Warcraft Studies. Hilde Corneliussen and Jill Walker, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008.
“Dada Redux: Elements of Dadaist Practice in Contemporary Electronic Literature.” Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Perth Australia, September 2007.
Dissertation: Destination Unknown: Experiments in the Network Novel. University of Cincinnati, Department of English and Comparative Literature, 2003.
Words I Have Used Only Once on Facebook I recently downloaded my Facebook data. The following is a list of words that I used only one time in my Facebook postings. Some of the words are misspellings or parts of URLs but most are are intended words. I’m not sure what use I could put […]
The Center for Digital Scholarship at Brown University has shared a video of the lecture I gave there on May 1st, 2014 “An Emerging Canon? Mapping a Field through Database Visualization.” The talk covers the ELMCIP project and offers a summary of the paper I published this month in the electronic book review: http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/electropoetics/exploding
Video documentation excerpt of June 17, 2014 CAVE2 performance of Hearts and Minds: The Interrogations Project. Performance at University of Illinois Chicago, Electronic Visualization Lab.