This is a sort of static archive of my blog while I upgrade it, eventually. Check out the ELMCIP Knowledge Base, the project I've been working on the last few years.
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.
“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.
“All Together Now: Collective Knowledge, Collective Narratives, and Architectures of Participation.” Published in the DAC 2005 Conference Proceedings, revised version forthcoming as “All Together Now: Collective Narratives and Collective Knowledge Communities in Context” in New Narratives: Theory and Practice, Thomas Browan and Ruth Page, eds.
“Reconfiguring Place and Space in New Media Writing,” “Written on the Body: An Interview with Shelley Jackson,” and “Avant-Gaming: An Interview with Jane McGonigal.” (Complied PDF) The Iowa Review Web (July 2006).
“American Simulacra: Don DeLillo's Fiction in Light of Postmodernism.” Undercurrent #7 (Spring 1999).
@zigorzag Good question. For practicality I'd say maybe no more than ~5 or so. I'd also say it depends on the site requirements.
@sue_DesigEditor Thanks! That's my girlfriend at our friend's wedding. Great talk at the Southcoast WordPress meet-up. Nice to meet you!