1.
CAP
Sarah Young
Hayles Chapter 4
Young CAP

2. Bigelow
Consider Bigelow as a narrative artist incorporating elements of indeterminacy, interactivity, and visuality. Consider the title of his website: webyarns.com. How do his works compare to pieces by Wilks or Pullinger? Are we in the same domain? What audiences is he addressing? What would we call this sub-genre? Recall Bigelow's worry about "industrial" digital literature. Relevant?

3.
MSA
AGEason
The Last Performance: Shape and Content
Morrissey

4. Huth
To what extent can visual e-poetry raise our awareness of an omnimpresent visuality in textual media that, while arguably inaugurated by print has also been downplayed by standarization? In what ways does Huth exploit visuality qua visuality, in what ways does he explore the intermediation of the digital?




Assigned Works:
Bigelow, Alan. Brainstrips and one other piece from Webyarns
http://www.webyarns.com/brainstrips.html

Huth, Geoff. Endemic Battle Collage
http://collection.eliterature.org/2/works/huth_endemic_battle_collage.html
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