The digital imaginary : : literature and cinema of the database / / edited and with an introduction by Roderick Coover.

"Leading creators and scholars raise provocative questions about emerging and hybrid narrative forms of digital arts and what these say about the creative imagination."-- Provided by publisher.

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Superior document:Electronic Literature ; Volume 2
Place / Publishing House:New York, NY : : Bloomsbury Academic,, 2020.
Year of Publication:2020
Series:Electronic literature ; Volume 2.
Physical Description:1 online resource (viii, 195 pages) :; illustrations.
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Table of Contents:
  • Connections and coincidences in the end : death in seven colors : a conversation with David Clark
  • Emotional proximity through inside the distance : a conversation with Sharon Daniel
  • Now what : Sharon Daniel And David Clark On the digital imaginary / Stuart Moulthrop
  • The readerly and the cinematic : hybrid reconfigurations through digital media practice / Judith Aston
  • Pry as a cinematic novel : a conversation with Samantha Gorman
  • The generative archive of encyclopedia : a conversation with Håkan Jonson and Johannes Heldén
  • The taxonomy is imprecise / Lisa Swanstrom
  • Reading the endless archive / Geoffrey C. Bowker
  • Authorship in inanimate Alice and Letter to an unknown soldier : a conversation with Kate Pullinger
  • The metamorphoses of front as a narrative told through social media interface : a conversation with Donna Leishman
  • Collaborative voices : Kate Pullinger's digital authorial voice / Anastasia Salter
  • What holds electronic literature together? / Mark C. Marino
  • Do cyborgs dream of iPhone apps? The body and storytelling in the digital imaginary / Illya Szilak
  • Computational literary practices and processes and imagination / Nick Montfort
  • Afterword : haunting the digital imaginary / Steve Tomasula.