I’ll admit it, I was skeptical of how a Twitter bot could be considered a proponent of e-lit. The first thing that came to mind for me was the good old Wilhelm Dafoe meme; if I dedicated all of my time to tweeting, or used something like Tweetdeck to queue up tweets for some ungodly … Continue reading I, Human. You, Bot?
Looking back at my reading experience with Queer Skins, I’m convinced that the universe knew what kind of unmanageable tide I was attempting to surf by having my playlist start with the ultimate cheesy feel-good anthem; “Keep Your Head Up” by Andy Grammer. (I love that man!) Initially, I was intimidated by the three different … Continue reading Salty Tears, Queer Skins, and a Warm Heart after It All
I somehow always manage to disregard directions to go at things the way I want to, and exploring electronic literature is no exception to my obstinate ways. Instead of reading the essay “Navigating Electronic Literature,” by Jessica Pressman before delving into the introductory electronic literature piece Twelve Blue, I decided to go for the most … Continue reading From Feeling Blue to Singing the Blues: My Foray into E-Lit
It’s a bit past 2 a.m. on the day that classes start. I’m currently listening to Vertical Horizon’s “Send It Up,” as an ode to Felicity, the WB drama that is definitive of my college years. For the past two weeks or so, I’ve been ranting and raving about how I can not wait for … Continue reading Stage One: The Departure