Randy Adams--for The Infinite Regress example.
Eric Luesebrink--for passwords
Talan Memmott--for coding from Lexia to Perplexia
Rob Swigart--for Downtime history, the Book Drop
-- examples of personal complexity
--provided the fractal midi sequences
M.D. Coverley (Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink, MFA) writes electronic hypermedia fiction. Her interest in hypertext fiction and web hypermedia dates to 1995, when she published "The Virtual Mausoleum," one of the early web narratives. Her full-length novel, Califia is available on CD-ROM from Eastgate Systems.
Her web short stories and poetry have appeared in Iowa Review Web, Riding the Meridian, Cauldron and Net, Salt Hill, New River, Enterzone, and Aileron.
Her work has been featured at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, at the Transcriptions Series at UC Santa Barbara, at the Digital Arts Center at UCLA, and on-line at trAce (Nottingham University, UK), at the Technology Platforms for the 21st Century at Brown University, Blast 5 (Alt X), and Room Without Walls.
She curated the collection of women writing on the web with Carolyn Guertin, "The Progressive Dinner Party" (Riding the Meridian, Spring 2000) and with Jennifer Ley, "Jumpin's at the Diner (Riding the Meridian, Fall 2000). Her non-fiction work has been published extensively both on line and in print.
She is founding member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Literature Association.
Marjorie Luesebrink lives in Newport Beach, CA and teaches writing at Irvine Valley College.