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New for Feb '11 - "Schoolboy Daze" - A review of Andy Campbell's four-part new media fiction, Nightingale's Playground

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New work worth a visit:


The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2 - the long-awaited second anthology from the Electronic Literature Organisation. Available both online and as a DVD.

It's literature, Jim, but not as we know it 

New for August '10 - "It's literature, Jim... but not as we know it: Publishing and the Digital Revolution"

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AlphaAlpha, an animated notebook of letters: 366 variations on the letter A, compiled by the Brazilian artist Regina Pinto.

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New for Jan '10 - "Not-so-silly Millie" - An appreciation of Millie Niss, the writer and new media artist, who died in November

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Archetypal Africa, a tongue-in-cheek "look at common objects... and their symbolic resonance" from Alan Bigelow

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New for August '09 - "In a Dark Wood" - a review of The Path, a computer game based on Little Red Riding Hood, from Tale of Tales

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Consensus Trance, a new serialised digital fiction, from Dreaming Methods.

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New for May '09 - "Play on Meaning? - Computer Games as Art"

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Flight Paths, a "networked novel" from Kate Pullinger and Chris Joseph

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New for November '08 - "Lift up your heads, O ye gates" - an appreciation of David Daniels, the shape-poet, who died in May.

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Fundamentals, an introduction to the fundamentals of hyperliterature, from Deena Larsen.

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New for May '08 - "Reproof Reading" - review of Le Reprobateur/The Reprover, by Francois Coulon

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The Graveyard, a game about old age and death, from Tale of Tales

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New for March '08 - "Fragments of Ice" - review of The Way North, by Joel Weishaus

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Soft Cinema, a nonlinear, database-driven cinema project from Lev Manovich and colleagues.

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New for May '07 - "Twice-told tales" - review of Croatian Tales of Long Ago, Part Two, edited by Helena Bulaja

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Elephants Dream, the world's first open movie

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New for March '07 - "The Curator's Egg" - review of The Electronic Literature Collection, Volume One, edited by N Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg and Stephanie Strickland

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Capped, interactive fiction from Author X (Andy Campbell)

Mac Dunlop performing image 

New for November '06 - "A touch of the Verbals" - review of The Chicken Coup/Chopper Drop Out/Underground Station, 3 CDs from Mac Dunlop

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The Tulse Luper Suitcases, multi-platform fiction from film director Peter Greenaway

Broken Saints Image 1 

New for August '06 - "Saints be Praised?" - review of Broken Saints, an epic 24-part Flash-animated comic.

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The Flat, interactive fiction from Author X (Andy Campbell)

Printer inside his own machine 

New for May '06 - "From zine to screen" - literary small magazines and the digital revolution

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An Unimportant Story, nonlinear fiction from Edward Picot

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New for February '06 - "Words of One Syllable" - Review of The Syllabary by Peter McCarey.

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Of Shifting Shadows, poetic fiction by Gita Hashemi

Alice and Aftershocks - combined image 

New for November '05 - "Unanswered Questions" - Review of Inanimate Alice, new media fiction by Kate Pullinger and Babel, and "Aftershocks", new media documentary by Martha Deed

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The Recycling Bins, nonlinear fiction + one song, by Edward Picot

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