Saturday, October 10, 2009

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

HTLit at Eastgate

Mark Bernstein says:
"We hope this site will create a community in which hypertext
creators, scholars, and critics can share new hypertext works,
research, and teaching methods. We'll follow technological trends,
emerging artists, and issues involving publishing, writing, and
digital media.

HTLit takes a broad view of hypertext, and will cover all electronic
literature and narrative new media as well as game theory, nonfiction
hypertexts, electronic poetry, and inventive real-world applications
of hypertext. We seek inspiration wherever we can."