Word Circuits

Described as the "watering hole" for electronic literature, Word Circuits was founded in 1997 by e-lit pioneer Robert Kendall, with an all-star editorial team that included Marjorie C. Luesebrink (M.D. Coverley), Rob Swigart, Deena Larsen, Jean Hughes-R├ęty, and Nancy Smith. It featured works by 85 works by 51 artists. In Fall of 2018, the local files for all of the works in BeeHive came from Dr. Talan Memmott and J. Patrick Forden to the Electronic Literature Lab.

COPIES IN WORD CIRCUITS

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2002

About Time (v1.0)

Swigart, Rob

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2001

Childhood in Richmond (v2.0)

Zervos, Komninos

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1998

Excerpt from We Descend (v1.0)

Bly, Bill

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1998

In the changing room: Fanciful Tales in... (v1.0)

Craven, Jackie

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1999

Stained Word Window (v1.0)

Larsen, Deena

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2004

Subatomic and Particle Poetry (v1.0)

Howard, Peter

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1999

The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot (v1.0)

Strickland, Stephanie

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2002

The Dancing Rhinoceros of Bangladesh (v2.0)

Ness, Millie

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2003

The Glass Snail: A Pre-Christmas Tale (v1.0)

Pavic, Milorad

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2001

Xylo (v2.0)

Howard, Peter

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