Members of the Electronic Literature Organization no doubt remember the first time they heard about electronic literature. That exhilarating moment wrapped around a sense of possibility and a desire to get their hands on either the tools of creation or the mind-blowing creations or both. Over the past month, the popular science journal New Scientist has been publishing posts marking its discovery of electronic literature in a series called Storytelling 2.0.
The posts mention ELO and ELO co-founder Robert Coover along with works by Jay Bushman and others. There’s even a mention of ELO-President Nick Montfort, alluding to his work on his IF platform Curveship.
Check out the posts and join the conversation as New Scientist readers discover e-lit.
- Storytelling 2.0: The digital death of the author
- Storytelling 2.0: Exploring the news game
- Storytelling 2.0: Open your books to augmented reality
- Storytelling 2.0: Adventures in a virtual reality cave
- Storytelling 2.0: The epic poet of Twitter
- Storytelling 2.0: When new narratives meet old brains
- Storytelling 2.0: Read e-lit for yourself
- Storytelling 2.0: Metamorphosis of the storybook