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Friday, August 7 • 11:00 - 12:30
Institutions and Infrastructure

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David Devanny: "Guardians of the Gutenberg Galaxy: a Cultural Analysis of Resistances to Digital Poetries"

Simone Murray: "The Public Life of Electronic Literature: Writers’ Festivals Online" (Full paper, docx format)

Lyle Skains: "The Practice of Research: A Methodology for Practice-Based Exploration of Digital Writing"


Cheryl Ball

Associate Professor, West Virginia University
West Virginia University

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David Devanny

PhD Student, Falmouth University
David Devanny is an award winning poet, multimedia artist and PhD candidate at Falmouth University. His research uses both quantitative and qualitative data to perform a cultural analysis of poetry publication, specifically with regards to digitisation. David’s creative work has been published widely in magazines and anthologies, and in the Ictus Award pamphlet Wasps on the Way (Mews Press, 2012). His digital poetry has been published in... Read More →
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Simone Murray

Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies, Monash University
Dr Simone Murray is Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University where her research centres upon sociologies of literature. Her book 'Mixed Media: Feminist Presses and Publishing Politics' (Pluto Press UK) was awarded the 2005 Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing DeLong Book Prize for the best book on print culture published during 2004. Her second monograph, 'The Adaptation Industry: The Cultural Economy of... Read More →
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Lyle Skains

Lecturer in Writing, School of Creative Studies & Media, Bangor University
I'm a practice-based researcher in digital writing, creating digital fiction in order to explore questions about how we write, why we write, and how new technologies affect narrative. My first work, Færwhile, is available on my website, and I'm currently working on a hypertext novel expressly for e-Readers, as well as projects based on Alice in Wonderland, modern publishing, and digital fiction as body image therapy, respectively. Also, I like... Read More →

Friday August 7, 2015 11:00 - 12:30
Sydneshaugen skole: Auditorium Q Sydnesplassen 9, 5020 Bergen, Norway

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