Essays about John McDaid's Uncle Buddy's Phantom Funhouse
In this section are essays about John McDaid's Funhouse, one each written by Moulthrop and Grigar. Moulthrop was closely associated with McDaid (along with Nancy Kaplan and Michael Joyce) in TINAC (which according to Joyce stood for "Textuality, Intertextuality, Narrative, and Consciousness"). Perspectives about hypertext and early digital literary aesthetics were discussed and shared among this group. Thus, the insights provided by Moulthrop generated from an intimate connection with the art and technology underpinning McDaid's work. Grigar's essay generated from her re-engagement with the work leading up to and during the traversal and interview.