The sites listed in this category include digital poetic works with interactive functionality.
An International Digital Poetry Festival held in Buffalo, New York, April 19-21, 2001. A convocation of digital poets and artists to focus on the state of art of digital poetry.
electronic book review (ebr) is an online scholarly journal promoting print/screen translations and new modes of critical writing on the Internet.
E-poetry; radio show LINEbreak; poetics email forum.
Literary experiments by the mind behind the SUNY Buffalo EPC (Electronic Poetry Center).
A website devoted to unite words, design, music and motion.
Creates "language models" based on poets and helps you find rhymes, alliterations, turns of phrase, and has a screen saver that writes poetry. Download basic version for free.
net.art, cyber.poetry, multi.new.media.works by Reiner Strasser and friends
Word and visual works for the Web by German artist and educator Reiner Strasser.
... exists to seek out and support new forms of literary art based on Internet technology and emerging theories, to facilitate communication within the online literary community, to recognize unique poetic talent and support emerging voices, to explore the myriad forms by which the Internet can be used to publish and promote poetry.
Poetry magazine specialized in hypertext and intertext works.
An early and innovative Web project headed by Florian Kramer. Wild and ranging, great read. Includes much Neoism and some of (the late?) David Zack's writings about Neoism as well as others involved in this interesting piece of art. For instance, Monty Cantsin is a Neoist figure. Anybody can be Monty Cantsin, famous artist, that's part of his character.
Some examples of "computer generated poetry."
A learned, varietous, and rewarding assortment of links and works concerning visual/concrete poetry, including a knowledgeable historical perspective on visual/concrete poetry and many links to international contemporary work.
Poetry - New Media: L inks of the Imagination. "Links to literary (in some sense) Web sites."
warnell.com new media network. Ted Warnell's work is some of the most zenny elegant visual design you'll run across. Funny and thoughtful, simple and strong. You'll leave feeling you didn't get it all and you'd be right.
A forum and gallery of hypertextual poetry and fiction.
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