According to the description of WOE in the New Media Reader, where it was republished on a CD inserted into the book, it was "a hypertext that was a radical departure for author Michael Joyce from his modernist hypertext classic afternoon: a story. "WOE" combines narrative material with metafictional passages, typographic experiments, notes to and about hypertext theorists, and even images; it creates a heterogeneous browsing experience of the sort familiar to today's Web readers (or fans of Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves)." -- From ELMCIP
2 COPIES IN THE NEXT
The Michael Joyce Collection
Published by the creator.
This copy was given by Michael Joyce to the Electronic Literature Lab in Summer of 2021. Copy media format: digital files from 3.5 inch floppy disk.
The Sarah Smith Collection
Published in 1991 by U.C. Davis Writing Center.
This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Sarah Smith in October of 2017. This work was bundled with "Izme Pass" by Carolyn Guyer and Martha Petry. The disk is generally referred to as "WOE," but it contains two different works.