List of electronic literature authors, critics, and works

This is a list of electronic literature authors, critics, and works.

Authors

*Jean-Pierre Balpe
*Philippe Bootz
*Mez Breeze
*John Cayley
*J. Yellowlees Douglas
*Caitlin Fisher
*Loss Pequeño Glazier
*geniwate
*Daniel Howe
*Shelley Jackson
*Michael Joyce
*Deena Larsen
*Donna Leishman
*Robert Kendall
*Judy Malloy
*Talan Memmott
*Stuart Moulthrop
*Nick Montfort
*Judd Morrissey
*Joerg Piringer
*Kate Pullinger
*Scott Rettberg
*Jim Rosenberg
*Emily Short
*Alan Sondheim
*Brian Kim Stefans
*Stephanie Strickland
*Lori Talley
*Noah Wardrip-Fruin
*Rob Wittig

Critics

*Espen J. Aarseth
*Charles (Sandy) Baldwin
*Friedrich Block
*Jay David Bolter
*Robert Coover
*Christopher Funkhouser
*N. Katherine Hayles
*George Landow
*Lev Manovich
*Stuart Moulthrop
*Roberto Simanowski

Works

Lists

* [http://directory.eliterature.org/ Electronic Literature Directory]
* [http://collection.eliterature.org/1/ Electronic Literature Collection, Vol. I]

Titles

*"afternoon, a story" (1987, 1990)
*"Victory Garden" (1992)
* "Patchwork Girl" (1995)
*"The Unknown

References

* Hayles, N. Katherine. "Electronic Literature: New Horizons for the Literary." Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2008.


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