Mark C. Marino

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Los Angeles , CA
United States
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United States
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Born: 
1972
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Mark C. Marino is a writer and scholar of digital literature living in Los Angeles. He is the Director of Communication of the Electronic Literature Organization (http://eliterature.org). His works include “Living Will,” “a show of hands,” and “Marginalia in the Library of Babel.” He was one of ten co-authors of 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 (http://10print.org) and is a collaborator with Jessica Pressman and Jeremy Douglass on the forthcoming Reading Project: A Collaborative Analysis of William Poundstone's Project for Tachistoscope {Bottomless Pit}. He is currently working with his two childrenon a series of interactive children's stories entitled Mrs. Wobbles and the Tangerine House. He is an Associate Professor (Teaching) at the University of Southern California where he directs the Humanities and Critical Code Studies (HaCCS) Lab (http://haccslab.com). His complete portfolio is here: http://markcmarino.com

Works by this author

Work title Publication Type Yearsort descending
12 Easy Lessons to Better Time Travel Published on the Web (individual site) 1998
Labyrinth: the Rulebook without Game Exhibited at gallery or event, Published on the Web (individual site) 2001
Stravinsky's Muse Published on the Web (online journal) 2002
Grand Thieves Audio Modologues Published on the Web (online journal) 2004
Marginalia in the Library of Babel Published on the Web (online journal) 2007
Los Wikiless Timespedia Published on the Web (online journal) 2008
a show of hands Published on the Web (individual site), Published on the Web (online journal) 2008
The Ballad of Workstudy Seth Published on the Web (online journal) 2009
What the Nightwoman Texted Published on the Web (online journal) 2010
Occupy MLA Published on the Web (social network) 2011
The LA Flood Project Exhibited at gallery or event, Published on the Web (individual site), Published on the Web (online gallery) 2011
The Colonization of Memory Locative narrative 2012
Living Will Exhibited at gallery or event 2012
Reality: Being @SpencerPratt Published on the Web (social network) 2013
off_course: Escuela del Caos Performance 2013
SpeidiShow Exhibited at gallery or event, Performance, Published on the Web (social network) 2013
Testament de vie Published on the Web (online journal) 2013
Tournament of la Poéstry a netprov Published on the Web (individual site), Published on the Web (online gallery), Published on the Web (social network) 2013
Mrs. Wobbles and the Tangerine House: The Mysterious Floor Published on the Web (individual site) 2013
@Tempspence Published on the Web (social network) 2013
The Mission [Statement] Performance 2014
I Work for the Web: a netprov Other venue 2015
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Critical writing by this author

Title Publication Type Publisher Yearsort descending
Benchmark Fiction: A Framework for Comparative New Media Studes Article on the author's website
I, Chatbot: The Gender and Race Performativity of Conversational Agents Book (Ph.D. dissertation) 2006
Critical Code Studies Article in an online journal ebr Electronic Book Review 2006
International Electronic LIterature Conference panel or roundtable 2007
Wiki Notes on International Electronic Literature from the 2007 ELO Symposium Panel on International Electronic LIterature Notes and Drafts 2007
Original Chat: Exploring the Origins of the Turing Test Conference paper or presentation 2008
Responses to "On Reading 300 Works of Electronic Literature: Preliminary Reflections" Weblog On the Human 2009
Electronic Literature as an Information System Article in an online journal Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures 2009
Geo-locative narratives and e-lit: A Literary Positioning Conference panel or roundtable 2010
Intersecting Approaches to Electronic Literature: Close-Reading Code, Content, and Cartographies in “William Poundstone’s “Project for the Tachistoscope: [Bottomless Pit]” Conference panel or roundtable 2010
A Response to the Report on Publishing E-Lit in Europe Conference paper or presentation 2011
The Love of the Social Writerly Game (Interview with Mark Marino and Rob Wittig) Interview 2012
Exchanges and Cross-Fertilizations Mapping the Field: Four Perspectives on Aleph Null Conference paper or presentation 2012
10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 Book (monograph) The MIT Press 2012
Andrews' Open Canvas: A Critical Code Studies Reading of Aleph Null Conference paper or presentation 2012
Vectors, Scalar, and Magic: Emerging Platforms for E-lit Scholarship Forum 2012
Netprov: Elements of an Emerging Form Article in an online journal Dichtung Digital 2012
Code as Ritualized Poetry: The Tactics of the Transborder Immigrant Tool Article in an online journal DHQ Digital Humanities Quarterly 2013
A Site for Collaborative Reading of E-Lit Conference paper or presentation 2013
Close Reading Electronic Literature: A Case Study of William Poundstone’s “Project for the Tachistoscope: [Bottomless Pit]“ University of Iowa Press 2013
Code Article or chapter in a book 2014
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Editorial work:

Title Yearsort descending Publisher
Hyperrhiz.11 2015 Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures

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Events arranged:

Event City Date Event type Edit link
DAC Literary Arts Extravaganza Gallery Irvine 12.12.2009 Exhibition

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