Host of annual, international conferences since 1987. Access to full papers from the conferences in the ACM digital library, in addition to newsletters and conference information.
Answers to questions frequently asked in alt.hypertext and references to other online resources about hypertext and hypermedia.
Hypertext and hypermedia literary journal.
Overview of interrelations between cyberspace and information technology on the one hand and critical theory and philosophy on the other.
Hypertext as an object of philosophical reflection. The three main research topics are From Encyclopaedia to Hypertext, Hypertext and Text Theory, and The Image Atlas of Aby Warburg.
Forum whose aim is to introduce hypertext and hyperfiction to the Spanish-speaking public. Includes some articles in English.
Instructions on how to join ht_lit, a low-traffic but valuable list a lot of hypertext theorists are members of.
Resource list by specialists in hypertextual fiction and theory.
Introduction to some of the work in 'machine modulated poetry' which John Cayley has been developing since the late 1970s.
An MA thesis written in 1997 discussing, among other works, Joyce's afternoon, Moulthrop's Victory Garden and Gaarder's Sophie's World
Essay discussing second person narration in hypertext fiction and text adventures. First presented at the IALS conference in Freiburg in 1997.
Both utilizes and focuses upon the medium of hypertext as it relates to literature and its concrete manifestations--from palimpsests to mechanically printed books to CD-ROMs -- throughout history to the present, with speculation on the future.
Archive of issues from this annual peer-reviewed review journal on the practical and theoretical developments in hypermedia and hypertext.
An entry point for discussion of hypertext theory, rhetoric, and related topics.
Database of listings for hypertext, cybertext, and interactive literature.
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