This month, we’re featuring posts on e-lit journals that have published issues recently. Up first: Hyperrhiz & bleuOrange
The latest issues Hyperrhiz: New Media CulturesÂ and bleuOrange are now online, featuring works and criticism on digitally born literature. Â Both are exemplary, long-running journals of contemporary art.
The new issue features essays byÂ Piotr CÃ©linski,Â David Gruber and David M. Rieder, and Hazel Smith. Â The artists in the gallery includeÂ The Hanseatic Semiotic Traders League;Â David Ciccoricco and Jill DelSordi; Â David Gruber and David M. Rieder; andÂ Hazel Smith, Joanna Still, and Roger Dean. There is also a review by Â Philippe Bootz and Sandy Baldwin.
The Hanseatic Semiotic Traders League (or Fiskekaker) is the name for the collaboration ofÂ Brendan Howell, Amrita Kaur, Mark C. Marino, Eduardo Navas, Margaux Pezier,Scott Rettberg, Morten Sorreime, Martin Swartling, Patricia Tomaszek, Rob Wittig. Â Their work, “The Colonization of Memory,” combines a locative narrative and an exquisite corpse (a Locative Corpse) in an instantiation of the procedural art form, exquitie_code.
Issue 6 of BleuOrange, features work by Valerie Cordy, Booris Dumesnil-Poulin and Marie-Pier April, Maxime Galand, Myriam Lambert, Sebastien Cliche, Â Line Dezainde.
bleuOrangeÂ is a project supported by the Laboratoire NT2: New technologies, new and textualities and Figura, the Centre for Research on the text and imagination, both of the University of Quebec in Montreal. Â The editor-in-chief is Alice van der Klei.Â
Consider these venues for your latest works of electronic literature!