Call for submissions
e-Literature & the Nonhuman: Juried Reading at SLSA 2012
Saturday 5pm, Sept. 29, 2012
Deadline: Sept. Â 1, 2012
Literature in the first part of the 21st Century continues to undergo a revolution. Â Â Whether playing to the new aesthetic or re-imagining the literary tradition, emerging works are responding to and shaping the changing nature of reading.
The Society for Literature Science and the Arts has been a long-standing center for scholarship on electronic literature. Â This year, electronic literature will be showcased in a juried showcase at the 2012 SLSA conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Â The event is co-sponsored by the Electronic Literature Organization (https://eliterature.org).
Potential genres include but are not limited to: electronic poetry, interactive narrative, literary video games, netprov, Â locative narrative, and literary generators.
Performances are limited to 10 minutes.
Submit 250-300-word description and links to elitSLSA12@gmail.com (Subject: Submission). Â Descriptions should emphasize the performative nature of the presentation. Proposals should include the title and a short description of the work (including any links to your material), a plan for presentation, technology requirements, and a short (50 words) bio for each participant. Available technology will be audio, projector, and wifi.
Deadline: Sept. 1, 2012
Note: All participants must register for the SLSA conference and must be in attendance at the reading. Â No remote presentations will be accepted.
For more information, please write to elitSLSA12@gmail.com
Organized by Stuart Moulthrop (UW-Milwaukee) & Mark Marino (U. of Southern California).