"Ed Falco’s New Media Creative Writing class is offered once every three years at Virginia Tech. Students from Virginia Tech’s MFA in creative writing program are asked to produce two hypermedia compositions as they engage in discussions on the nature of new media writing and how the field has evolved since early Eastgate works, such as Shelly Jackson’s 'Patchwork Girl.'
Two pieces in this issue, Tim Lockridge’s 'A Sky of Cinders,' and Carrie Meadows’ '(NON) sense, for to from Eva Hesse,' are products of graduate student writers in this class. Both pieces contain evocative writing. 'A Sky of Cinders,' is poetic in nature, though a narrative emerges as the reader clicks through the piece. '(NON) sense,' is a series of poems based on the works of the artist Eva Hesse. Both offer non-linear ways to engage the reader." -- From The New River Journal
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Amanda Hodes transferred the files for this copy to Dene Grigar in June 2022.
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