Rebooting Electronic Literature Volume 3: Documenting Pre-Web Born Digital MediaMain MenuIntroduction to Rebooting Electronic Literature, Volume 3Documentation of pre-web works of electronic literature from the library of the Electronic Literature LabMichael Joyce's "afternoon, a story"Documentation of Michael Joyce's "afternoon, a story"M. D. Coverley's "Califia"Documentation of M. D. Coverley's "Califia"Stuart Moulthrop's "Victory Garden"The chapter on Stuart Moulthrop's "Victory Garden"Megan Heyward's "of day, of night"Documentation of Megan Heyward's "of day, of night"Mark Bernstein's "Those Trojan Girls"Documentation of Mark Bernstein's "Those Trojan Girls"Authors' and Contributors' BiosThe bios of those who authored and produced Rebooting Electronic LiteratureDene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28Nouspace Publications | Washington State University Vancouver
1media/af47_thumb.png2020-07-23T12:57:17-07:00Holly Slocum87a15d5be5d5713ba3f952eaf71119eff38132d4361871A screenshot of Michael Joyce reading the 13th Edition of "afternoon, a story" on Zoomplain2020-07-23T12:57:17-07:00Holly Slocum87a15d5be5d5713ba3f952eaf71119eff38132d4
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Michael Joyce's hypertext novel, afternoon: a story, the Electronic Literature Lab at Washington State University Vancouver held a world-wide reading via Zoom of the work and launched an exhibition that provided visitors with detailed information about the 13 editions of the work. The event took place during both the ACM Hypertext ’20 and ELO 2020 virtual conferences, which allowed participants from both communities to attend. The event, which features 10 scholars and artists performing for a 5-minute session and the Q&A with Michael Joyce moderated by Dene Grigar, was captured via Zoom's recording feature. Readers include J Yellowlees Douglas, Stuart Moulthrop, N. Katherine Hayles, John McDaid, Mariusz Pisarski, Walter Vannini, Arnaud Regnauld, Maria Engberg, Matt Kirschenbaum, and Heather Malin. Astrid Ensslin served as Chat Archivist. Also captured are the audio from the performance and the robust discussion that took place in the Zoom Chat by the 100 participants in the audience, as well as a screenshot of each reader performing the work taken by ELL Project Manager, Holly Slocum.