Is e-literature just one big anti-climax?
My contention that e-literature has been gradually sidelined by the rise of the internet as a mass medium proves controversial. A straw poll of some of the movers and shakers on the digital writing scene indicates that a huge majority believes e-lit has a higher profile today than it did 10 years ago.
Since its inception, e-lit has been struggling to free itself from its generic limitations and now seems to be on the verge of doing so
Technology - the very stuff e-lit is made of - has also turned out to be its Achilles heel.
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