"Sprawling Places" is "a work that 'discusses contemporary places, and suggests new ways to evaluate them, while questioning some of the common critiques leveled against them.' As Kolb points out, 'The text is large, it contains over 100,000 words and nearly a thousand images, on over 600 pages. Some of the pages are quite short, others are longer.' It was created for the web using Eastgate Systems, Inc.’s Tinderbox and offers an accompanying book published by the University of Georgia Press." -- From Rebooting Electronic Literature, Volume
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The David Kolb Collection
An unpublished copy.
This copy was given to Dene Grigar by David Kolb in October 2017.
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