Electronic literature: contexts and poetics
Modern Language Association
Electronic literature, essentially, must be electronic and literary. Even if we cannot define the literary, we can at least recognize it, and, from recognition, we can begin to build meaning. This chapter attempts to do just that: offer readers an account of some of the contexts that suggest literature that is inherently digital and extrapolate from those contexts a poetics suited to works of this nature.
Electronic Literature , Digital Humanities , Poetics , Public review
Heckman, D. and O'Sullivan, J. (2018) 'Electronic Literature: Contexts and Poetics' In: Literary Studies in a Digital Age, New York: Modern Language Association. doi: 10.1632/lsda.2018.14