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'The Interactive Diagram Sentence: Hypertext as a Medium of Thought' - Page 15 - Jim Rosenberg 'Quantum Poetics: Six Thoughts' - Page 25 - Stephanie Strickland 'From ASCII to Cyberspace: a Trajectory in Digital Poetry' - Page 45 - Eduardo Kac 'Unique-reading Poems: a Multimedia Generator' - Page 67 - Philippe Bootz 'Interactive Poems' - Page 77 - Orit Kruglanski 'We Have Not Understood Descartes' - Page 85 - Andre Vallias 'Virtual Poetry' - Page 91 - Ladislao Pablo Gyori 'Nomadic Poems' - Page 97 - Giselle Beiguelman 'Beyond Codexspace: Potentialities of Literary Cybertext - Page 105 - John Cayley 'Holopoetry' - Page 129 - Eduardo Kac 'Recombinant Poetics' - Page 157 - Bill Seaman 'Videopoetry' - Page 175 - E. M. de Melo e Castro 'Language-based Videotapes & Audio Videotapes' - Page 185 - Richard Kostelanetz 'Bipoetry' - Page 191 - Eduardo Kac 'Media Poetry - Theories and Strategies' - Page 199 - Eric Vos 'Poetic Machinations' - Page 213 - Philippe Bootz 'Digital Poetics or On The Evolution of Experimental Media Poetry' - Page 229 - Friedrich W. Block 'Reflections on the Perception of Generative and Interactive Hypermedia Works' - Page 245 - Jean-Pierre Balpe 'Screening a Digital Visual Poetics' - Page 251 - Brian Lennon

About the Author

Eduardo Kac, professor of art and technology studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is an artist and writer who created holographic and digital poetry. The author of Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots, his poetic works and theoretical essays have been exhibited and published internationally.

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"That Eduardo Kac's, Media Poetry: An International Anthology exposes scholars and artists to electronic literature that has emerged out of Europe, South America, and North America and focuses intently on one genre of electronic literature speaks to the book's significance as a scholarly work. It makes an excellent text for graduate programs in digital media and has the potential of shaping the current vision of media poetry as well as other genres of literature produced for and by computing devices and influencing the larger field of media art by raising awareness of electronic literature." - Dene Grigar, Consciousness, Literature and the Arts "I find these papers by media poets fascinating to read because they are so explicit about the epistemic change (social change in discursive formations) instantiated in their work. The poets are acutely conscious of what they are doing and why." - Rosemary Huisman Associate Professor, The University of Sydney "Media Poetry is a news-broadcast from an international gathering of digital poets; Hodibis Potax provides a vivas holopoetry[...]We can hope that Kac will, in decades hence, continue to use his experience and expertise as an artist and researcher to issue additional volumes." - Chris Funkhouser, Project Muse "Media Poetry: An International Anthology has the advantage of being a glimpse into a moment of time filled with wildly diverse, rapidly changing practices." - Jay Murphy, Afterimage "Kac's anthology displays a range of approaches toward literacy dynamism in Europe and the Americas across four decades." - Chris Funkhouser, Electronic Book Review

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