The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies at the University of Washington invites book reviews of a new list of recently received books.
Grand Text Auto is a new group blog created by Michael Mateas, Nick Montfort, Stuart Moulthrop, Andrew Stern and Noah Wardrip-Fruin. It is about various forms of computer generated works, including interactive fiction, netart, electronic poetry, digital fiction, games, and shared virtual environments.
After serving on the ELO Board of Directors for several years, Mark Bernstein and Gene DeRose have resigned. Everyone involved in ELO thanks Mark and Gene for their support and guidance.
Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts, will enter its 11th year of publication with this month’s issue.
Le Musee di-visioniste seeks submissions for projects in which artists use digital media to express themselves in a variety of ways. The deadline is June 30, 2003. For more information, visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voices in the Roses is an e-journal dedicated to providing writers a place for their work. They are currently looking for well-crafted poems to be published in the inaugural issue, which will be available Summer 2003. Send submissions to submissions at voicesintherose dot com.
JavaMuseum is proud to launch LatinoNetarte.net, the last show in the “2nd of Java series.” LatinoNetarte.net features netart created by 48 artists from Latin American countries, Spain and Portugal.
New book reviews in Cyberculture Studies include: Dani Cavallaro’s Cyberpunk and Cyberculture: Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson reviewed by Samir Chopra; Peter Ludlow’s Crypto Anarchy, Cyberstates, and Pirate Utopias reviewed by Atara Frenkel-Faran & Merav Katz; Greg M. Smith’s On a Silver Platter: CD-ROMs and the Promises of a New Technology reviewed by David Prater; and Arne Tangherlini’s email@example.com reviewed by Michael Filas.