Rebooting Electronic Literature: Documenting Pre-Web Born Digital MediaMain MenuIntroduction to Rebooting Electronic LiteratureDocumentation of pre-web works of electronic literature from the library of the Electronic Literature LabSarah Smith's "King of Space"Documentation of Sarah Smith's hypertext novel, "King of Space"David Kolb's "Socrates in the Labyrinth"Documentation of David Kolb's hypertext essay "Socrates in the Labyrinth"J. Yellowlees Douglas' "I Have Said Nothing"Documentation of J. Yellowlees Douglas' hypertext novel, "I Have Said Nothing"Thomas M. Disch’s "AMNESIA"Documentation of Thomas M. Disch's interactive fiction "AMNESIA"Rob Kendall’s "A Life Set for Two"Documentation of Rob Kendall's hypertext "Life Set for Two"Judy Malloy's "its name was Penelope"The chapter on Judy Malloy's "its name was Penelope"Mary-Kim Arnold's "Lust"Documentation of Mary-Kim Arnold's hypertext fiction work, "Lust"Authors' and Contributors' BiosThe bios of those who authored and produced Rebooting Electronic LiteratureDene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28Nouspace Publications | Washington State University Vancouver
Photo of the 1989 Installation of Judy Malloy's its name was Penelope
12018-05-07T15:38:31-07:00Dene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28268612A photo provided by Judy Malloy that documents her 1989 installation of its name was Penelopeplain2018-05-07T15:39:29-07:00Dene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28
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12018-05-07T15:35:16-07:00Resources for Judy Malloy's "its name was Penelope"20Photos and bibliographical information about Judy Malloy's "its name was Penelope"plain2018-06-06T03:34:26-07:00This section includes photos, links to additional materials, and bibliographical information about Judy Malloy's its name was Penelope. Some of this information comes from the author herself, some from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, and the rest from general research.
An Image from the 1989 Installation of its name was Penelope A collection of 61 small paintings and pencil drawings of the 61 lexias that Malloy pinned on the wall as a backdrop for the 1989 exhibition, "Revealing Conversations," held at Richmond Art Center, CA on October 3 to November 19, 1989. Malloy considered this work as an "unbound codex" (Malloy, email, 30 April 2018). This image was given to Grigar by Malloy to include in this book.
Link to the DOSBox emulation of its name was Penelope This is a link to the downloadable files for the DOSBox emulation of the work created under the auspices the Critical Code Studies Working Group 2016 from January 18 to Feb 14, 2016. Note that it is a zip file that requires some set up in order to use. Malloy refers to this version as the Scholar's Version. The page providing directions for set up are here.
Photos from the DOSBox Emulation of its name was Penelope These are four screen captures from its name was Penelope that Judy Malloy sent to Grigar for inclusion in the book:
The "Title Page" is the first screen from the DOSBox emulation that includes the program from which Malloy created the emulation
"The Invocation" is the opening screen of the work that appears the "Title Screen"
"At Sea" is the section that offers the menu for numerous episodes that occur in the narrator's adult life
"Fine Work" is the lexia numbered 314 from the work and is one of the lexias included in the section, "At Sea"