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|Title||Author||Publication Type||Year||Appears in||Updated|
|Zombification: The Living Dead in Spam||Winnie Soon||Article in an online journal||2015||25.02.2015|
|Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature||Dene Grigar, Stuart Moulthrop||Other||2015||19.07.2015|
|Uncreative Writing: Polish Experimental Literature in the Digital Age||Piotr Marecki||Conference paper or presentation||2015||15.05.2015|
|«Electrònicolírica» de Herberto Helder e Combinatória PO.EX||Álvaro Seiça||Article (other medium)||2015||02.05.2015|
|ELO 2015 Conference Program and Festival Catalog (PDF)||Scott Rettberg, Anne Sofia Karhio, Lucas Ramada Prieto||Anthology of creative work or online gallery||2015||02.09.2015|
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