Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 24 March 2011 - 9:18am
Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature (West Virginia UP, 2010), a new collection of essays about electronic literature written by scholars from eight countries and four continents, arrived in the mail yesterday. Those attending the ECLMCIP Publishing Seminar (March 28-29) can talk with Philippe Bootz, one of the book's co-editors, about the collection and his thoughts on e-lit as a global phenomenon.
Submitted by Eric Dean Rasmussen on 23 March 2011 - 10:23am
Hello, ELMCIP-Publishing-Seminar Participants. As editor of the ELMCIP Knowledge Base, I want to welcome you to this collaborative project and to encourage you to attend the workshop next Monday afternoon, 28 March. In preparation for the workshop, please gather some e-lit-related materials related to your research and teaching that you can enter into the KB.
Here’s a list of what you can do or might bring to the workshop...
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 16 March 2011 - 10:33pm
The program has been released for the second ELMCIP seminar, coming up March 28-29th at the University of Jyvåskylå. Expert speakers will address the situation of electronic literature publishing in Europe, and participants will review the initial findings of research on electronic literature publishing venues in Europe in a report produced by the Jyvåskylå team.
Submitted by Elisabeth Nesheim on 7 March 2011 - 2:18pm
E-Literature and New Media Art
A seminar within the framework of the Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice research project, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 22 and 23, 2011.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 2 March 2011 - 3:54pm
Click the title to view a video screencast introducing some features of the ELMCIP Knowledge Base.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 2 March 2011 - 3:15pm
We're pleased to announce that we have just flipped the switch and made public the ELMCIP Knowledge Base, the central project being produced at the University of Bergen as part of ELMCIP. The Knowledge Base is an information resource including information about works of electronic literature, critical writing, authors, publishers, organizations, teaching resources, and events in the field. The Knowledge Base is both an information resource and a research archive.
Submitted by Elisabeth Nesheim on 24 February 2011 - 5:56pm
The online journal on digital art and technologies Dichtung Digital invites submissions to a special issue on communities in electronic literature guest-edited by Scott Rettberg and Patricia Tomaszek (University of Bergen, Norway).
Submissions will be accepted by email at email@example.com on the following schedule:
Abstracts (500 words) due: April 1, 2011
Full papers due: June 1, 2011
Date of release: Fall 2011
Submitted by Jill Walker Rettberg on 7 February 2011 - 12:34pm
Here in Bergen, we're hard at work developing the Knowledge Base, which is going to be a database offering bibliographic information about works of electronic literature as well as criticism and pedagogical resources. We're building it in Drupal, and feeding it more and more content to figure out how we want it to work. Although it still needs a lot of prettifying and some pretty heavy-duty interface redesign I'm already obsessed with this thing.
Submitted by Scott Rettberg on 15 January 2011 - 11:28am
Follow @ELMCIP on Twitter for news about ELMCIP Projects, Calls for Papers and Works, and live updates from our events.
Submitted by Elisabeth Nesheim on 5 January 2011 - 1:36pm
The Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) project invites submissions to an electronic literature and digital arts commissioning programme. Selected works will be presented in an exhibition and performance event as part of the final ELMCIP project conference Remediating the Social in Edinburgh, November 2012. Find the call and submission deadlines here.