Locating the Literary in New Media
Rather than the endless expansion of markets and identities typical of the new liberal economic regime, and in contrast to the current overproduction of both popular entertainments and academic publications, the literary countertradition identified by Kevorkian, in its various attempts at "thinking inside the black box," seeks to know the mechanisms that both constrain expression and create alternative possibilities.
It is worth listing the authors in Kevorkian's counterweb, to give an idea of what a literary response to the new liberal technoculture might look like: Thomas Pynchon; Richard Powers; Paul D. Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky; That Subliminal Kid; Jane Smiley; Mary Anne Breeze, a.k.a. Mez; Talan Memmott; Brian Lennon; John Cayley; and Walter Mosley.
Critical writing referenced
Critical writing that references this
|On Reading 300 Works of Electronic Literature: Preliminary Reflections||Joseph Tabbi||On the Human, Transcript||2009|
|Where Are We Now?: Orienteering in the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2||John David Zuern||ebr Electronic Book Review||2011|
|One + One = Zero – Vanishing Text in Electronic Literature||Marjorie C. Luesebrink||2013|