Diana Reed Slattery

As Associate Director of the Academy of Electronic Media, Diana Slattery researches, designs, and produces highly interactive, game-like multimedia environments for education, entertainment, and the arts. Her Ph.D. research in visual language and interactive narrative informs the Glide project, which was shown at 7th Biennial Symposium on Art & Technology at Connecticut College, March, 1999; at the IEEE Symposium on Visual Language, Tokyo, 1999; at the FILE Art festival, Sao Paulo Brazil, 2001; and at the Technopoetry Festival at Georgia Tech in April, 2002. Her publishing credits (print fiction and poetry) include Georgia Review, New England Review, Breadloaf Quarterly, Fiction International, Exile, Groundswell, Kansas Quarterly. Online publications include Journal of Postmodern....Journal of Postmodern Culture ("Alphaweb: A Poetry Hypertext"), Riding the Meridian ("Glide: An Interactive Exploration of Visual Language"). Her work has also been in the following anthologies: New World Writing, New Campus Writing, Outlaw Visions, and Golden Horses.

Her short story collection Bizarre Births (Georgia Review, Spring '88) received the following recognition: included in Georgia Review's finalist entry for the National Magazine Award, Honorable Mention: Pushcart Prize, Honorable Mention: The Best American Short Stories, and named as a finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Award for short fiction.


This speaker will be part of the Edges and Interfaces panel.