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
Traversal of Mark Bernstein's Those Trojan Girls
12020-08-03T08:03:03-07:00Dene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28361871This podcast features the Traversal of Mark Bernstein's hypertext novel "Those Trojan Girls" (2016. It is performed live via YouTube by Dene Grigar on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the invitation of Claus Atzenbeck, of the Visual Analytics Research Group at Iisys at Hof University. Bernstein participated from Massachusetts in the Q&A that followed. The podcast was created by sound artist John Barber from the audio captured from the event by Daniel Rossner.plain2020-08-03T08:03:04-07:00SoundCloud2020/08/01 19:21:24 +0000868543030Dene Grigarcc-byDene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28
Following the Live Stream Traversal of Mark Bernstein's hypertext novel Those Trojan Girls, sound artist John Barber took the captured audio from the event and edited it. The final result is a podcast, approximately one hour in length, that was uploaded to the lab's Soundcloud playlist, "The Sounds of Electronic Literature" and our website. We have included it in this volume along with the other artifacts from that event. We thank Daniel Rossner from Hof University who captured the original file for us and Claus Atzenbeck for making the event possible.