windsound

"The winner of the 2001 Electronic Literature Award for poetry, Cayley's windsound is a long digital poem in QuickTime format that demands and rewards patient concentrated reading. Heather McHugh, the judge of the competition, remarked that windsound 'reveals the power of letters, even as it plays with the limits of literal intelligibility' and 'explores the power of sequences, even as it plays with non-sequitur.'" -- From Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1

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The Electronic Literature Collection Volume 1

Published in 2006 by Electronic Literature Organization.

The ELO gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in 2018.

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Anthology

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Web

ORIGINAL URL

https://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/cayley__windsound.html

ELO Works

An unpublished copy.

One of two copies submitted to the 2001 ELO Awards. Shipped along with other ELO archival items to Dene Grigar at ELL at WSU Vancouver by Gabriella Horvath in July of 2017 from MIT.

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CD-ROM

ELO Works

An unpublished copy.

One of two copies submitted to the 2001 ELO Awards. Shipped along with other ELO archival items to Dene Grigar at ELL at WSU Vancouver by Gabriella Horvath in July of 2017 from MIT.

COPY MEDIA FORMAT

CD-ROM