Computing Literature

Computing Literature is book series published by the Center for Literary Computing at West Virginia University in collaboration with the Laboratories Paragraphe at Université Paris 8 and with a distribution agreement with the West Virginia University Press. Founded by Sandy Baldwin, the press produced eight volumes of books from 2010-2017 authored by some of the most renown artists and scholars in the field. The eighth volume, #WomenTechLit edited by María Mencía, was awarded the prestigious N. Katherine Hayles Prize for Electronic Literature Criticism in 2018. In November of 2021, Baldwin donated the files associated with this series to Dene Grigar.

COPIES IN COMPUTING LITERATURE

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2010

Computing Literature Vol. 1: Regards Croisés: Perspectives on Digital Literature (v1.0)

Bootz, Philippe

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2012

Computing Literature Vol. 2: Writing Under: Selections from the Internet Text (v1.0)

Sondheim, Alan

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2014

Computing Literature Vol. 3: ELMCIP: A Report from the HERA Joint Research Project (v1.0)

Rettberg, Scott

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2014

Computing Literature Vol. 4: PO.EX: Essays from Portugal on Cyberliterature and Intermedia (v1.0)

Torres, Rui

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2015

Computing Literature Vol. 5: Word Space Multiplicities, Openings, Andings (v1.0)

Rosenberg, Jim

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2015

Computing Literature Vol. 6: Electronic Literature Communities (v1.0)

Rettberg, Scott

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2016

Computing Literature Vol. 7: Text as Ride (v1.0)

Strehovec, Janez

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2017

Computing Literature Vol. 8: #WomenTechLit (v1.0)

Mencia, Maria

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