::  Brenda
::  The Last Election
::  At, Or To Take Regret: Some Reflections on Grammars
::  DNA: A Digital Fiction Project
::  Some Version of Herself
::  Actress
::  Beirut
::  Fiction
::  Atlas
::  And/Or: A Novel
::  Portraits and Conversations
::  Before Afternoon
::  Outside


::  Plumbing the Depths of Print: Lemuel Gulliver’s “Knowledge Engine,” John Peter’s “Artificial Versifying” and Textual Machines in 17th and 18th c. England
::  Description 1: 11233: Saratoga Park  [video]
::  Wealth Begins With Human Need: Machines Can’t “Read,” or Remediating                    Marx’s Capital Volume 1  [Essay Press chapbook | drawingtext | video]
:: If: The Message Is the Medium, Then: There Is No End: Stuart Moulthrop and Reading and Writing Practices in a Post-Print Age [slides]
::  The Message Is the Medium: Roland Barthes and the Materialities of Reading
and Writing Practices
::  Beyond Binaries: Literary Experimentation Across Media [video presentation]
::  Writing Is (a) Conversation(s): Exploring Relationships Between Spoken and         Written Communication to Teach College Writing
::  Technology Is
::  Defining and Experiencing Authorship(s) in the Composition Classroom
::  What Is Grammar?
::  Breaking Bad vs. Badly Broken
::  Imagining Potential Futures:  Income Inequality, Technology, and DNA
::  Other People’s Houses
::  Tree    Street    City
::  How Far Is Brooklyn From Manhattan?


::  Required Reading: A Review of Louis Bury’s Exercises in Criticism
::  Seeing and Knowing: A Review of Johanna Drucker’s Graphesis
::  Works On Paper: A Review of Robert Walser’s Microscripts
::  Why Everyone Talks About Ulrike Meinhof


::   Interview With Harry Mathews


::   machinations
::   not a book
::   A Living Lexicon for the Deacquisition of Lyrical Tendencies
::   Work In Progress
::   Atlas
::   Necessary Fictions

links to earlier work

::  Driving to India
::  “A Word Like Summer”
::  “Of God and Dolly Parton”
::  “Ellsworth Drive”
::  “After the Fall”



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