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New 2016

 

2016

Hours of the Night - M.D. Coverley and Stephanie Strickland

  2015

The 2015 Fukushima Pinup Calendar

2013

Califia Reimagined 

 

2013

Tarim Tapestry


 
 
 
 

2009 - 2016

Work In Progress - Tin Towns and Other Excel Fictions

2008

ELO Visionary Landscapes Conference

Media Arts Show

Pyxis Byzantium - by M.D. Coverley

http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/programs/dtc/elo08/media.html

 

2007

The Iowa Review Web

Guest-Edited Edition - Marjorie Luesebrink, Stephanie Strickland

http://research-intermedia.art.uiowa.edu/tirw/vol9n1/

TIR-W Volume 9 no. 1
Multi-Modal Coding: Jason Nelson, Donna Leishman, and Electronic Writing

 

2006

ELO Announces Publication of the E-Literature Collection

http://collection.eliterature.org/1/

10:01 M.D. Coverley, 2002:
Accounts of the Glass Sky

ii -- in the white darkness: about [the fragility of] memory Reiner Strasser and M.D. Coverley, 2004:
ii -- in the white darkness: about [the fragility of] memory

 

Tim Wright on the ELO Collection in RealTime Arts Magazine.

 

2006

Egypt:  The Book of Going Forth by Day

M.D. Coverley

Individual Copies of Egypt:  The Book of Going Forth by Day are available now.  Each CD ROM is hand coded with a personal Name Spell to guide the user through the Underworld.  Contact M.D. Coverley for your own copy! mailto:luesebr1@ix.netcom.com

 

2004

The Electronic Literature Organization announces the publication of

Acid-Free Bits

Recommendations for Long-Lasting Electronic Literature // June 14, 2004

Nick Montfort and Noah Wardrip-Fruin

with a preface by Joseph Tabbi

Web Version/Print Version

2003

The Electronic Literature Organization

announces 

HyperText 

In association with The Hammer Museum of Los Angeles and the Hammer Reading Series

Explorations in Electronic Literature

Christian Bok and Erik Loyer, Friday, October 17, 2003

Jody Zellen and M.D. Coverley, Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Reading Series Continues with Events through Spring 2004

Schedule

Public Beta of a new work:

ii - in the white darkness

Reiner Strasser in collaboration with M.D. Coverley  

MLA Presentation:  December 2003

Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink

The Simultaneous South:  An Electronic, Multilinear approach to Borges’ “The South”

An experiment in multimedia literary exposition

The Electronic Literature Organization

announces 

e(X)Literature Conference for PAD - Preservation, Archiving, and Dissemination of Electronic Literature

April 3-4, 2003 at UC Santa Barbara

 

The Iowa Review Web:

The nEARness/t of [IrOny] U’s

An interview with Talan Memmott on the occasion of the publication of

Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)]

 by  Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink

 

2002

Created by M.D. Coverley

Incubation 2 has Completed 

M is for Nottingham?

A collaborative, interactive drama for the Web and the Conference:

trAce Incubation 2

Nottingham Trent University, UK // Drama Archives Now Available

 

 

BEYOND HYPERTEXT at BEYOND BAROQUE:  NEW ELECTRONIC POETRY AND FICTION

Saturday, October 19, 2002.  7:30 PM

An evening of electronic hypermedia poetry and fiction with M.D. COVERLEY and STEPHANIE STRICKLAND.  N. KATHERINE HAYLES will introduce.  Reception following.

Sponsored by THE ELECTRONIC LITERATURE ORGANIZATION.

Beyond Baroque
681 Venice Blvd.
Venice CA, 90291

<http://www.beyondbaroque.org>

 

Errand Upon Which We Came 

by M.D. Coverley and Stephanie Strickland

was selected for the 

Aldeburgh Poetry Festival 

Summer,  2002

 

 

Errand Upon Which We Came 

by M.D. Coverley and Stephanie Strickland

was selected for the 

Future For Word Multimedia Exhibition 

at the Seattle Poetry Festival 

April 29 - May 5, 2002

"The sky is changing."

New, February 2002

 in Artifacts:

"Accounts of the Glass Sky"

by M.D. Coverley

 

The Lore and Lay of E-Land

keynote address for Kennesaw State University, Georgia 

 E-publishing:  New Landscapes for Libraries and Authors  

March 14, 2002