Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink
Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink, MFA (M.D. Coverley) writes electronic hypermedia fiction and non-fiction. Her full-length novel, Califia, is available on CD-ROM from Eastgate Systems. A collection of Web hypermedia short stories, Fingerprints on Digital Glass, will be published in 2001. She is at work on a new hypermedia web novel, The Book of Going Forth by Day.
Coverley's web short stories and essays have appeared in Iowa Review Web, BeeHive, Cauldron & Net, The Blue Moon Review, Riding the Meridian, Salt Hill, New River, Currents, Bunk Magazine, PoemsThatGo, Enterzone, The Salt River Review, Aileron, Blast 5 (Alt X Publications), Room Without Walls, and frAme.
Her work has been featured at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, at the Transcriptions Series at UC Santa Barbara, at the Digital Arts Center at UCLA, and on-line at trAce (Nottingham University, UK), at the Technology Platforms for the 21st Century at Brown University, Blast 5 (Alt X), and Room Without Walls. She curated a collection of women writing on the WWW with Carolyn Guertin, "The Progressive Dinner Party" and a survey of men in web hypermedia, "Jumpin' at the Diner" (Riding the Meridian, 1999, 2000). Most recently, she curated a collection of web works by women for The Blue Moon Review. She is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Literature Organization.
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