I’m looking forward to this week’s Brown E-Fest 2006, where I’ll be participating on a panel on “The Game of Fiction” along with Nick Montfort, George Landow, Lutz Hammel, and Stuart Moulthrop. I’ll also be reading a bit from Implementation. The official announcement:
On March 22 and 23, the Brown University Literary Arts Program will present E-Fest 2006, a celebration of new digital literary art. There will be showbizz-style performances of new work each night, starting promptly at 8 p.m., in the McCormack Family Theater at 70 Brown St. (entrance off Fones Alley, across from the Literary Arts building), and symposia all day Thursday in the McKinney Conference Room of the Watson Institute for International Studies, 111 Thayer St. Among the literary hypermedia artists performing are Stuart Moulthrop, Judd Morrissey, Aya Karpinska, Rob Kendall, Scott Rettberg, Nick Montfort, Jim Carpenter, Braxton Soderman, and others. Most of the performers are also participating in the Thursday panels, along with Wendy Chun, George Landow, Lutz Hamel, Gale Nelson, Edrex Fontanilla, and Mike Magee. Symposia topics: 10 a.m. Memory and Real Time. 2 p.m. Noulipo: Recombinant Poetics. 3:45 p.m.: The Game of Fiction. Visit the website. All events are free and open to the public.