Volume 2 (2012)

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Letter from the Editor


Welcome from Editor Keith Dorwick

 

Joint Publication with Enculturation


Queered
Jacqueline Rhodes, CSU San Bernardino; and Jonathan Alexander, University of California, Irvine

 

Critical Essays


One Hundred Thousand Billion Processes: Oulipian Computation and the Composition of Digital Cybertexts
Kevin Brock, North Carolina State University

Everything Old is New Again: A Barthesian Analysis of Tumblr
K. Shannon Howard, University of Louisville

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Twitterature? Reading and Theorizing “Print” Technologies in the Age of Social Media
Pamela Ingleton, McMaster University

Harry Potter and the Neoliberal Hallows: Copyright, Counterpublics and 2.0 Fan Fiction
Liberty Kohn, Winona State Universit

The Fall of the Voting Machines: Technology and the 2006 FL-13 Congressional Election
James Janack, Eckerd College

Candas Dorsey’s Loose Women: Anti-essentialism and Cyberfeminism in “(Learning About) Machine Sex”
Dancy Mason, McGill University

"And the story goes on....": Harry Potter and Online Fan Fiction
Vandana Saxena, University of Nottingham Malaysia

Models of Agency in Game Studies
Marcus Schulzke, University of Albany
 

Creative Works


Interview: Sara Schaefer
Dev Boze and Penny Zang

Sleep
Vincent Caruso

To a Plastic Flower
Michael Cherry

The Intermedial Experience of Barcodes
Dene Grigar, Washington State University Vancouver

4 Signs Your Heart is Quietly Failing
Clare L. Martin

Two Selections from "Decoherence"
Nate Pritts with Ken Henson

 

Reviews


Review of Cyberfeminism 2.0
Estee Beck, Bowling Green State University

Review of Race After the Internet
Daisy Pignetti, University of Wisconsin-Stout

Review of Transnational Literate Lives in Digital Times
Gina Merys, St. Louis University

Review of The Filter Bubble
Jeff Swift, North Carolina State University

 

Call for Papers: Future Volumes


 

Postscript