Forward Anywhere

"Forward Anywhere" is "a Hypertextual narrative written by new media poet Judy Malloy and then Xerox PARC hypertext researcher Cathy Marshall. Created when Malloy was an artist in residence at PARC, beginning in 1993, the collaborative narrative -- an exchange of the details of the lives of two women who work with hypertext -- unfolded via email over a year or so and then was somewhat fictionalizd and recontextualized into Forward Anywhere. '...each emerges from a particular history and sensibility, Malloy's from the postwar suburbs of Boston, Marshall's from California and the sixties. To pass from one of these moments to the other is to recognize the almost-repetition of emergent or autopoetic pattern, an experience that touches something very deep in the instinctual repertoire, perhaps demonstrating that software does speak to human identity after all,' Stuart Moulthrop wrote in 'Where to?', Convergence 3:3, Fall, 1997." -- From ELMCIP

2 COPIES IN THE NEXT

The David Kolb Collection

Published in 1995 by Eastgate Systems, Inc..

This copy was given by David Kolb to the Electronic Literature Lab in March of 2018. Copy media format: 3.5 inch floppy.

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object

The Marjorie C. Luesebrink Collection

Published in 1995 by Eastgate Systems, Inc..

This copy was given to ELO by Marjorie Luesebrink in Spring of 2018. Copy media format: 3.5 inch floppy. This copy has not been opened and remains in its original packaging.

PUBLICATION TYPE

E-lit Object