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Autopia and The Truelist: Language Combined in Two Computer-Generated Books

Nick Montfort, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bury me, my love: (non)choosing reading paths

Eleonora Acerra

“Decolonize” E-Literature? On Weeding the E-lit Garden (a RiPOSTe to Anna Nacher's "Gardening E-Literature")

Kathi Berens

Designing for Truth in Counterfactual Games

Mark Sample, Davidson College

Digital Orihon (デジタル折り本): The (un)continuous shape of the novel.

David T.H. Wright, Nagoya University

Electronic Writing as Hypermaterial Playground

Michael B. Heidt, University of Kassel

Exhibiting, Disseminating, Teaching: Digital Literature in Danish Public Libraries

Malthe Stavning Erslev, Aarhus University


Mohsen Hazrati

From AI with Love: Reading Big Data Poetry through Gilbert Simondon’s Theory of Transduction

Andrew Klobucar, New Jersey Institute of Technology

From Wordsworth’s Poetic Problem to Puzzleless Interactive Fiction

Timothy Wilcox, SUNY Stony Brook

Glitch Reading: [Re]Mediation and the Protocols of Reading

Jacob Reber, SUNY University at Buffalo

Making Writing Harder: Computer-Mediated Authorship and the Problem of Care

Kyle P. Booten, Dartmouth College

Non Infinite Stories: how digital allow to create infinite reconformations of a text?

David Núñez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

Procedural Montage: A Design Trace of Reflection and Refraction

Jasmine T. Otto, University of California, Santa Cruz
Angus G. Forbes, University of California, Santa Cruz

Productive Misreading in Intermedia Art: Four Approaches by a Musician

Jeff Morris, Texas A&M University
Elisabeth Blair

The Aesthetics of Multicoding Esolangs

Daniel J. Temkin

The Borders Between Linear Narrative and Interactive Forms

Eric S. Miller, The University of Texas at Dallas

Translating a work of digital literature into several languages: a case study

Serge Bouchardon, Université de technologie de Compiègne
Nohelia Meza, University of Leeds

Twine and the Challenge to Reading

Stuart Moulthrop, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

(Un)continuity in African Literature: Facebook Memoir and Suicide as Excape in Akachi's Sixteen Notes on How to End a Life

Onyekachi Peter Onuoha Mr, University of Calabar, Calabar Nigeria

Why Are We Like This?: Exploring Writing Mechanics for an AI-Augmented Storytelling Game

Max Kreminski, University of California, Santa Cruz
Melanie Dickinson, University of California, Santa Cruz
Michael Mateas, University of California, Santa Cruz
Noah Wardrip-Fruin, University of California, Santa Cruz