Give us an hour and we will give you more:
Looking for something easy and fun to get an idea of hypertext/new media/electronic lit (I can get in and out of these in an hour or two). My Ferris Wheels, Firefly, and Datafeeds and Modern Moral Fairy Tale (with MaJe Kindschuh) are at this level.
- Aya Karpinska's fps: This work provides a bar graph to slide through animated reflections on screens and their relationship to meaning. (Spatial text, text in motion) (2008)
- Carrie Meadows' (NON)sense for to from Eva Hesse: A playful homage to Eva Hesse (a German-born American sculptor) through a series of linked “definitions” (linking with a central schema of text) (2007)
- Tim Lockridge's A Sky of Cinders: A series of snapshots of a mind after a calamity that fills the sky with ash. (linking) (2007)
- Mary Flanagan’s House explores repetitive phrases in an outline of a house. (2006)
- M.D. Coverley ’s short fiction works:
(e.g., Default Lives, Fibbonnacci's Daughter, Afterimage, The Universal Resource Locator)
Ley's War Games provides a game where if you win, you lose your
hands. A powerful political statement.
poetry combines written words andc speech.
- MISSING: Adrienne
Sex Scenes: short interconnected stories with links at
the Changing Room: Follow eight characters in and out of each
other's lives, discovering their philosophical horrors and secrets:
text with some graphics. (HTML, connection system)
Cleary: a text based hypertext exploring a violent incident
with the Riverside Shakespeare (HTML)
Day Test: A "choose your own adventure" story
- Rob Wittig's Fall of the House of Marcia shows what happens when we embrace this brand new web and its "angels" (1999)
a simple truth/lies structure: text only (HTML)
- Goeff Ryman's 253: a playfully structured work: each node has 253 words (HTML)