Prehistoric Digital Poetry page (and book, available through Amazon).
For the best jumping off point for both breadth and depth in electronic
literature and digital poetics go to Loss Glazier's site at SUNY Buffalo:
For what we are doing in Europe go to:
For Southern European perspectives try:
There are lot's of other resources. There have been a series of really good
books from Germany this year edited by Peter Gendolla and Joergen Schaefer.
Look for them on Amazon.
Research Professor edinburgh college of art
Creative Interdisciplinary Research in CoLlaborative Environments
Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice
Centre for Film, Performance and Media Arts
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> Roger - a few historical pointers to early computer poetry:
> Christopher Strachey's "Loveletters" first run in 1952 on the Ferranti Mark 1
> at Manchester University and now available on David Link's emulator here :
> Margaret Masterman and Robin McKinnon-Wood's "Computer Haiku" - shown at
> Cybernetic Serendipity in 1968. Their essay is published in:
> 0Cybernetics,%20art%20and%20ideas.pdf (this is only Jasia Reichardt's
> introductory essay)
> Robin SHirley's "Dune Tune" from 1972:
> http://www.bbk.ac.uk/hosted/cache/archive/PAGE/PAGE25.pdf -- and note at the
> end of that essay Robin thanks the University of Surrey for "authorising an
> annual budget for computer poetry since 1969"!!
> I also just found this and it looks interesting but I haven't had time to look
> into it yet: http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Funkhouser-IBM-Poetry.html
> Paul Brown - based in the UK Nov - Feb 2011
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