The new issue of The Paris Review contains interviews with Amy Hempel and Jonathan Lethem; an oral biography of Gabriel GarcÃƒÂa MÃƒÂ¡rquez; stories by Michael Chabon, E.J. Levy, James Salter, and Peter Orner; and poetry by Carol Vanderveer Hamilton, Daniel Lewis, Gretchen Primack, Michele Reese, and Jamie Ross.
SIGGRAPH 2004, the 31st annual international conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques, is seeking a variety of submissions to be presented at the conference.
Visit the electronic book review for part 3 of 5 of its new collection, “The Politics of Information.”
Joe Milutis’s “Making the World Safe for Fashionable Philosophy!” can be found at CTHEORY.
Visit electronic book review to read Ron Sukenick’s new essay, “In My Own Recognizance.”
Visit CTHEORY, a journal of theory, technology, and culture, to read James Conlon’s article, “Crossing Into the Twisted World.”
The Iowa Review Web features the work of Brian Kim Stefans and an interview with Stefans by Giselle Beiguelman; Tal Halpern’s Digital Nature: the Case Collection version 2.0 and an interview with Tal Halpern by Patrick F. Walter; new work by Paul A. Toth and Bob Thurber; writings by Nick Moudry, Ilan Stavans, and Lance Olsen; and GÃƒÂ¡bor SzantÃƒÂ³’s “Letters to King Laios from Oedipus.”
Virtual Reality Continuum and its Applications in Industry (archive URL: http://www.seagraph.org/vrcai2004) will be a forum to share the latest technological developments in the Virtual Reality Continuum. There will be an emphasis on how the technology can be applied to defense and military science, engineering, education, entertainment, and more. VRCAI is seeking submissions.
The Museum Computer Network‘s 31st annual conference will take place November 5-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada. MCN2003 includes workshops and discussions about how technology affects museums and cultural heritage.
Issue #8 of Whalelane (archive URL: http://www.whalelane.com) has been published and is available online. This issue has writing by Christopher Barnes, R.T. Castleberry, Melanie Faith, Alan Girling, Brandon Shiimoda, and John Sweet; new media works by Esselia Ferron, Dorothee Lang and Garret Lynch; books by Janet Goldner; and landscape paintings by Nina Kuriloff.