Recent Bibliography

Shorter Interactive Works

Diagrams Series 6

Diagrams Series 5

Book-Length Interactive Works

The Barrier Frames: Finality Crystal Shunt Curl Chant Quickening Giveaway Stare, originally Eastgate Systems, Watertown, MA., 1996.

Diffractions through: Thirst weep ransack (frailty) veer tide elegy, originally Eastgate Systems, Watertown, MA., 1996.

Intergrams, originally Eastgate Systems, Watertown MA, 1993.

Anthology Appearances

N. Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, and Stephanie Strickland, Electronic Literature Collection, Volume One, The Electronic Literature Organization, College Park, MD, 2006.

Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Nick Montfort, The New Media Reader, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2003.

Rothenberg, Jerome, and Joris, Pierre, Poems for the Millenium, Volume Two, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 1998.

Cobbing, Bob, and Upton, Lawrence, Word Score Utterance Choreography , Writers Forum, London, 1998.

Formal Papers

“Reflections on Spatial Writing in Place”, Fourth Workshop on Spatial Hypertext, Santa Cruz, 2004,

“Hypertext in the Open Air: A Systemless Approach to Spatial Hypertext”, Third Workshop on Spatial Hypertext, Nottingham, 2003,

“Conditional Spatiality”, Second Workshop on Spatial Hypertext, College Park, 2002,

“And And: Conjunctive Hypertext and the Structure Acteme Juncture”, Hypertext 2001: Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia,ACM, New York, 2003, pp. 51-60,

“User Interface Behaviors for Spatially Overlaid Implicit Structures”, First Workshop on Spatial Hypertext, Aarhus, 2001,

“A Hypertextuality of Arbitrary Structure: A Writer’s Point of View”, Proceedings of the First Workshop on Structural Computing, Nürnberg, Peter J. editor, Technical Report AUE-CS-99-04, Aalborg University, Esbjerg, 1999, pp. 3-10, .

“Locus Looks at the Turing Play: Hypertextuality vs. Full Programmability”, Hypertext 98: The Proceedings of the Ninth ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia, ACM, New York, 1998, pp. 152-160,

“The Interactive Diagram Sentence: Hypertext as a Medium of Thought”, New Media Poetry: Poetic Innovation and New Technologies, Eduardo Kac, editor, Visible Language 30.2, Rhode Island School of Design, 1996, pp. 103-116

“The Structure of Hypertext Activity”, Hypertext `96, ACM, New York, 1996, pp. 22-30,

“Navigating Nowhere / Hypertext Infrawhere”, SIGLINK Newsletter 3 , 3, December 1994, pp. 16-19,

Essays and Reviews

“Questions About the Second Move”, Glazier, Loss Pequeño, and Kiskimaa, Raine, eds., Cybertext Yearbook 2002-2003, Research Center for Contemporary Culture, Jyvaskyla, 2003, pp. 83-87,

“A Prosody of Space / Non-Linear Time”, Postmodern Culture Volume 10 number 3, May 2003,, ( or).

“Inter-Field, the Acts”, October, 1999,

“Visualities: The Shape of Openings Space, Buildings Invitation, Connection Guide Space”, Cobbing, Bob, and Upton, Lawrence, Word Score Utterance Choreography , Writers Forum, London, 1998,

“Openings: The Connection Direct”, Poetics Journal, Number 10, 1998, pp.236-243, .

“Making Way for Making Way: Co-striation Act Topographer of the Mingle Scriptor Transform Dance”, SIGLINK Newsletter 4, 3, December 1995, pp. 16-17, .

“Notes Toward a Non-linear Prosody of Space”, ht_lit Mailing list, March, 1995, .

“The Word the Play Attaching at a Wide Interval”, Leonardo 26(3), pp., .

“Poetics and Hypertext: Where are the hypertext poets?”, Perforations 3, 1992, .

“Diagram Poems, Intergrams”, Leonardo 24(1), pp. 90-91.


“An Interview on Poetics”, Center for Literary Computing, University of West Virginia, 2003,

“A Conversation with Jim Rosenberg”, ArtsWire Interactive Forum, January, 1996,

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