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"I will breakfast from the cupboard where uneaten dreams are kept"
"I foresee the successful future of a very mediocre society."
Category Archives: HYPERTEXT
I’ve been having some fun within the frame of intense work in writing a hypertext story each day for a grand total of one hundred through the summer if I can manage to keep it up. Even if I don’t, … Continue reading
Been doing some short–8 to 10 lexias–hypertext stories and while much of the basic elements of writing are of course the same, some things to point out the differences. In hypertext, there is a movement between segments of reading that … Continue reading
Back in March I mentioned that I would be taking part in a group project over the summer whereby a number of artists, writers, coders, photographers, musicians, etc. would each be producing a piece of work on a daily basis … Continue reading
Haven’t gotten much reading time in, but I have been writing, both straight text and hypertext. I’ve finally overcome my fear of Tinderbox–not that it’s at all a difficult program to learn, but rather that my assurance of comfort within … Continue reading
…the publication of Steve Ersinghaus‘ new hypertext Poem, That Night, in the 10th Anniversary issue of Drunken Boat. Congratulations to a fine poet and friend.
Very disappointed to see that not only is hypertext or any other form of new media not represented at the Tunxis Writers Festival this year, but that the public is not being offered the ability to attend this community college … Continue reading
So glad I agreed to join the 100 Stories Project. Last summer, Steve Ersinghaus and Carianne Mack dedicated their summer break from their usual campus duties at Tunxis Community College to put together an awesome creative collaboration of paintings and … Continue reading
Space as character–this is an important statement by Charles Deemer in his Nuts & Bolts section of the hyperdram which tells us how the idea of hyperdrama came about and moving it from live performance stage to the film medium. … Continue reading
One week away from the Hypertext 2008 Conference in Pittsburgh, PA and I’m pretty much ready for that with a presentation for the workshop headed by Steve Ersinghaus where I’ll be showing the process of my work with Storyspace and … Continue reading