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Readers' Traversals & Interviews for Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl

These traversals by readers Ted Fordyce and Curtis Miller and interviews of them by Dene Grigar, took place on Friday, October 19, 2013 in the Electronic Literature Lab at Washington State University Vancouver as part of the Pathfinders project. Fordyce, an alum of the Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver, hold a master's degree from the Communication, Culture and Technology program at Georgetown University. His thesis, entitled "Linked variations : authoring-system specific link construction and the analysis of hypertext literature," focused on hypertextual writing and explored Jackson's Patchwork Girl, among other works. Miller is a writer and the publisher for The Buzz, living and working in Battle Ground, WA. Fordyce's experience with Jackson's writing and Curtis' background in print-based writing brought two different perspectives to the traversal of Patchwork Girl.

Jackson Reader Traversal, Part 1

Jackson Reader Traversal, Part 2

Jackson Reader Traversal, Part 3

Jackson Reader Traversal, Part 4

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