A journal of New Media and experimental writing and art, The Iowa Review Web
is published at the University of Iowa with support from the Department of
English and in collaboration with The International Writing Program and the
Volume 5, Number 2 (April 2003)
Joseph Tabbi Feature
Joseph Tabbi is founder and editor of the electronic book review
(www.altx.com/ebr). His most recent book, Cognitive Fictions, offers a
comprehensive look at contemporary American writing in light of systems
theory and cognitive science.
Read A Media Theory of Consciousness:
a review of Cognitive Fictions by Anthony Enns
Read Writing Under Constraint:
An Interview with Joseph Tabbi by Anthony Enns
Read Tabbi's “Overwriting,”
on Web fictions that engage, exploit, and over-extend the computer/brain
Talan Memmott Feature
Talan Memmott is a hypermedia artist/writer from San Francisco, California,
now at Brown University. He is the Creative Director and Editor of the
online hypermedia literary journal BeeHive.
View Memmott's Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)]
Read The nEARness/t of [IrOny] U's an interview with Talan Memmott by M.D.
>From the interview: “Museum-goers often welcome the “guided audio tour” of
an exhibit-and I have attempted to construct this print interview to
approximate a walking tour of Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)] It features a
survey of both the materiality and construction of the work itself and
includes the comments of Talan Memmott regarding each aspect as we go
Lori Talley and Judd Morrissey Feature
Lori Talley's work in electronic literature has been included in a number of
international exhibitions including ISEA97, P0es1s: International Exhibition
of Digital Poetry, and DAC2001. Talley teaches at the School of the Art
Institute of Chicago.
Judd Morrissey received his MFA from Brown University. His digital work has
been internationally exhibited; it has also been reviewed in The New York
Times and The New Republic.
Read an essay by Jessica Pressman: The Very Essence of Poetry: Judd
Morrissey and Lori Talley's My Name is Captain, Captain
Read Flying Blind: An Interview with Judd Morrissey and Lori Talley By