Collapsing generation and reception: Holes as electronic literary impermanence

Show simple item record Allen, Graham O'Sullivan, James 2017-07-26T08:50:31Z 2017-07-26T08:50:31Z 2016-01
dc.identifier.citation Allen, G.and O'Sullivan, J. (2016) 'Collapsing Generation and Reception: Holes as Electronic Literary Impermanence', Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, (15). doi:10.20415/hyp/015.e01 en
dc.identifier.issued 15 en
dc.identifier.startpage 1 en
dc.identifier.endpage 8 en
dc.identifier.issn 1555-9351
dc.identifier.doi 10.20415/hyp/015.e01
dc.description.abstract This essay discusses Holes, a ten syllable one-line-per-day work of digital poetry that is written by Graham Allen, and published by James O’Sullivan’s New Binary Press. The authors, through their involvement with the piece, explore how such iterative works challenge literary notions of fixity. Using Holes as representative of “organic” database literature, the play between electronic literature, origins, autobiography, and the edition are explored. A description of Holes is provided for the benefit of readers, before the literary consequences of such works are examined, using deconstruction as the critical framework. After the initial outline of the poem, the discussion is largely centred around Derrida’s deconstruction of “the centre”. Finally, the literary database as art is re-evaluated, drawing parallels between e-lit, the absence of the centre, and the idea of the “deconstructive poem”. en
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dc.publisher North Carolina State University en
dc.rights © The Authors 2016. en
dc.subject Digital poetry en
dc.subject Deconstruction en
dc.subject Electronic literature en
dc.subject Database literature en
dc.title Collapsing generation and reception: Holes as electronic literary impermanence en
dc.type Article (peer-reviewed) en
dc.internal.authorcontactother James O'Sullivan, College Of ACSSS Office, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland. +353-21-490-3000 Email: en
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dc.identifier.journaltitle Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures en
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