Professor, NSCAD University
I am a Media Artist living in Halifax. I make long-form interactive narrative art for the internet and locative media work. I am interested in electronic literature and cinematic uses of the internet. I am currently working with a group or researchers involved in examining the cinematic experiments of Expo67.
Assistant Professor, St Petersburg State University
Natalia Fedorova is a new media poet, a digital literature scholar and a mediapoetry lab curator. In collaboration with a sonic artist Taras Mashtalir she founded a media poetry project Machine Libertine. Her audio and video poems appeared in TextSound, Rattapallax, LIT magazine, and Ill-Tempered Rubyist, räume für notizen | rooms for notes as well as number of international festivals (Moscow Book Festival, E-Poetry, LUMEN EX, Interrupt... Read More →
Professor, University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez
Leonardo Flores is a Full Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez Campus and the Treasurer for the Electronic Literature Organization. He was the 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen in Norway. His research areas are electronic literature (especially poetry), and its preservation via criticism, documentation, and digital archives. He is the creator and publisher of a scholarly... Read More →
professor in the Language Department, Francisco de Vitoria University of Madrid
Asssociate Professor of Digital Studies, Davidson College
Assistant Professor, South Dakota State University
Genre nomadism. Transition from print to electronic literature. Scalar. Korsakow. Always in search of new authoring tools.
Poet who is defined by his continuous experimentation of different formats, supports and writing methods which reinterpret the poetic work from his own perspective: interactive, technological, and personal. Whether as a professor, cultural promoter or a communications professional, his works have dedicated to exploring the possibilities of the digital realm and their impact on different forms of expression.