NeuralArchive

An archive of published things by Neural.it. You can browse, search, or see a random publication. The Neural Archive lists 1690 publications.

The Digital Imaginary, Literature and Cinema of the Database

Author
(edited by) Roderick Coover
Publisher / Label
Bloomsbury Academic
Country
USA
Language
English
Publication year
2020
Type of publication
Book
Number of pages
202
ISBN
978-1501347580

Index

Acknowledgements

Introduction
The Digital Imaginary

Part One: Database
Interviews
Connections And Coincidences In The End: Death In Seven Colors: A Conversation With David Clark
Emotional Proximity Through Inside The Distance: A Conversation With Sharon Daniel

Commentaries
Stuart Moulthrop: Now What: Sharon Daniel And David Clark On The Digital Imaginary.
Judith Aston: The Readerly And The Cinematic: Hybrid Reconfigurations Through
Digital Media Practice.

Part Two: Archive
Interviews
Pry As A Cinematic Novel: A Conversation With Samantha Gorman
The Generative Archive Of Encyclopedia: A Conversation With Håkan Jonson And Johannes Heldén.

Commentaries
Lisa Swanstrom: The Taxonomy Is Imprecise.
Geoffrey C. Bowker: Reading The Endless Archive

Part Three: Multimodality
Interviews
Authorship In Inanimate Alice and Letter To An Unknown Soldier: A Conversation With Kate Pullinger
The Metamorphoses Of Front As A Narrative Told Through Social Media Interface: A Conversation With Donna Leishman.

Commentaries
Anastasia Salter: Collaborative Voices: Kate Pullinger's Digital Authorial Voice.
Mark C. Marino: What Holds Electronic Literature Together?

Metacommentaries
Illya Szilak: Do Cyborgs Dream Of Iphone Apps? The Body And Storytelling In The Digital Imaginary.
Nick Montfort: Computational Literary Practices And Processes And Imagination.

Afterword
Steve Tomasula: Haunting The Digital Imaginary.

Bibliography
Index