-- TIR-W Volume 9 no. 2 July 2008 Instruments and Playable Text: Stuart Moulthrop
    Under Language: Stuart Moulthrop
    Concerto for Narrative Data: Judy Malloy
    activeReader: Elizabeth Knipe
    So Random, PiTP: Shawn Rider
    riverIslandQT: John Cayley
    The Purpling: Nick Montfort

-- TIR-W Volume 9 no. 1 August 2007
    Multi-Modal Coding: Jason Nelson, Donna Leishman, and Electronic Writing
    Interviews: Jason Nelson, Donna Leishman
      Biographical Background
      Reception | Role of the Reader
      Work Process
      Electronic Literature Community
      Future Work
      Space | State
      Connect Digital | Material Games
      Potentials of the Field
      The Artists on Each Other's Work
      Talan Memmott's Commentary on Each Artist
      Leishman Site
      Pandemic Rooms
      Nelson Index

-- TIR-W, Volume 8 no. 3, September 2006
    Interview with Dan Waber; Rita Raley
    five by five; Dan Waber bio and Jason Pimble
    TLT vs. LL; Ted Warnell
    Interview with David Knoebel; Rita Raley
    Heart Pole; David Knoebe
    Interview with Aya Karpinska; Rita Raley
    mar puro; Aya Karpinska
    The Nihilanth: Immersivity in a First-Person Gaming Mod; Sandy Baldwin
    New Word Order (Video);Sandy Baldwin
    Word Museum;William Gillespie
    Interview with John Cayley; Sandy Rita Raley
    Torus (Video); John Cayley

-- TIR-W, Volume 8, no. 2, June/July 2006
    Editor's Introduction: Reconfiguring Place and Space in New Media Writing;     Scott Rettberg
    Workspace is Mediaspace is Cityscape: An Interview with Nick Montfort on Book and Volume; Jeremy Douglass
    Written on the Body: An Interview with Shelley Jackson; Scott Rettberg
    Behind Fa ade: An Interview with Andrew Stern and Michael Mateas; Brenda Bakker Harger
    Avant-Gaming: An Interview with Jane McGonigal; Scott Rettberg
    Book and Volume; Nick Montfort
    Fa ade; Michael Mateas and Andrew Stern

-- TIR-W, Volume 8, no. 1, February/March 2006
    Editor's Introduction; Ben Basan
    Sound Art, Art, Music; Douglas Kahn
    Speaking Volumes; Brandon Labelle
    Firebirds | Firebirds Berlin | Tongues of Fire; Paul DeMarinis
    A Brief Lecture on Author/ity; Alexis Bhagat
    Harvester; Ed Osborn
    Honi | Tacotsubo; ADACHI Tomomi

-- TIR-W, Volume 7, no. 2, November 2005
    10:01; Lance Olsen & Tim Guthrie
    Pieces of Herself; Juliet Davis
    The Bomar Gene; Jason Nelson
    News from Erewhon; Millie Niss & Martha Deed

-- TIR-W, Volume 7, no. 1, August 2005
    Ask me for the moon; John Zuern
    Buyways: Billboards, Automobiles, and the American Landscape; Mike Chasar
    An interview with Diana Slattery; Dene Grigar

-- TIR-W, Volume 6, 2004
    New Work; Niss, Deed & Daniels
    Two Reviews; Tevis Thompson and Mike Chasar
    Remembering Donald Justice; Steven Cramer
    An interview & new work; David Silver, Jay David Bolter and Diane Gromala
    An interview with Amy Sara Carroll; Heidi Bean

-- TIR-W, Volume 5, 2003
    Afterwards; Judy Malloy
    Digital Nature: the Case Collection version 2.0; Tal Halpern, Patrick F. Walter
    Hacktivism? I didn't know the term existed before I did it; An Interview with Brian Kim Stefans; Giselle Beiguelman
    Pax & An Interview; Stuart Moulthrop and Noah Wardrip-Fruin
    An Interview with Margaret Stratton; Leslie Roberts
    New Work & Reviews; Heidi Bean, Seth Thompson, Deena Larsen, geniwate, Pamela Gay
    An Interview with John Cayley; Brian Kim Stefans
    3 Proposals for Bottle Imps; William Poundstone
    Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)] & an Interview; Talan Memmott and M.D. Coverley
    New work and an interview; Joseph Tabbi and Anthony Enns
    Judd Morrissey & Lori Talley: An Interview & Essay; Jessica Pressman

-- TIR-W, Volume 4, 2002
    Selected new poems; Ana Marie Uribe
    Dervish Flowers; Nicolas Clausse and Brian Kim Stefans
    New Digital Emblems; William Poundstone and Brian Kim Stefans
    "Of Dolls and Monsters" An interview with Shelley Jackson; Rita Raley
    Electronic Literature; Ravi Shankar, N. Kathrine Hayles, and Lisa Gitelman
    Excerps from Mark Amerika's Oz Blog; Mark Amerika
    Inflat-o-space; Jessica Irish
    New Media Writing; Marc C. Marino, William Gillespie, and Dirk Stratton
    Remembering My Life In/Of Words; Richard Kostelanetz
    An Interview, an Essay, a New Media Project; Stephanie Strickland and Jaishree Odin
    Our day with Jerry Springer; David Schneidermann
    A loss is less and death is not so easy
    Experiemental Literature was really the first kick: An interview with Scanner; Rebekah Farrugia
    Crowds and Power; Jody Zellen and Thom Swiss
    "Red, Black, White and Gray:" An Interview with Motomichi Nakamura;
      YOUNG HAE CHANG HEaVY INDUSTRIES Bcc, Motomichi Makamura

-- TIR-W, Volume 3, 2001
    Reach; Michael Joyce
    Training Missions; Joe Amato
    Everything after That; Martha Conway
    Winter Break; Adrienne Eisen
    -][select][test: co][deP][1][oetry]_; mez
    The Impermanence Agent; Noah Wardrip-Fruin, a.c.chapman, Brion Moss, Duane Whitehurst
    A Long Wild Smile; Jeff Parker

-- TIR-W, Volume 1, 1999 & Volume 2, 2000
    Book of Job; Ted Warnell
    The Universal Resource Locator; M.D. Coverly
    Lexia to Perplexia; Talan Memmott
    The Birth of Detachment; Jennifer Ley
    The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project; Brad Brace
    City of Bits; Thomas Swiss
    Divine Mind Fragment Theater; Jim Andrews
    Pronunciation: 'fut, or: A Tool and it's Means; c. allan dinsmore
    Simple Harmonic Motion Or, Josephine Baker in the Time Capsule; Diane Greco
    Reality Dreams, Scroll One; Joel Weishaus
    Broken; Alan Sondheim and Barry Smylie
    Mitosis; Kevin Fanning
    The dear mr thomas letters; Kevin Fanning
    A Fable of Words; Jeffery M. Bochman

Judy Malloy


Concerto for Narrative Data


A magic realist whose work looks at the lives of artists, Judy Malloy works at the conjunction of poetry, hypernarrative, and information art.

Reviewed in Postmodern Culture, The New York Times Book Review, the Washington Post, Modern Fiction Studies (MFS), and The London Independent, among many others, her work has been exhibited/published internationally including Eastgate, The Iowa Review Web, Blue Moon Review, Sao Paulo Biennial, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Institute for Contemporary Art New Orleans, San Antonio Art Institute, P.P.O.W., The Los Angeles Institute for Contemporary Art, Heller Gallery at the University of California at Berkeley, the National Library of Madrid, The Houston Center for Photography, the Cleveland Institute of Art, Franklin Furnace, Visual Studies Workshop, San Francisco Art Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, Target Video, FLEFF Film Festival, Richmond Art Center, Heresies, Springer-Verlag, Tanam Press, Seal Press, E.P. Dutton, MIT Press, and the National Endowment for the Arts website.

A pioneer on the Internet and in electronic literature, Malloy wrote and programmed the seminal hyperfiction Uncle Roger. (first published on Art Com Electronic Network on the WELL in 1986) Created as an artists book and exhibited at the Richmond Art Center in 1989; published by Eastgate in 1993, Malloy's its name was Penelope has been called one of the classics of the "golden age" of hyperfiction by writer and critic Robert Coover.

As an arts journalist and arts advocate, she has worked most notably as the editor of Women, Art & Technology. (MIT Press, 2003) and as Editor of NYFA Current (formerly Arts Wire Current) an Internet-based National journal on social, economic, philosophical, and political issues affecting the arts and culture, sponsored by The New York Foundation for the Arts. She has also been instrumental in making the arts an integral part of the Internet. She founded the Arts Conference on the WELL, was the initial consultant for the Internet Yellow Pages, was a founding editor of the seminal Leonardo Electronic News, (which became Leonardo Electronic Almanac) introduced art students to the Internet in a series of summer workshops in the early 90's, and taught web design at the San Francisco Art Institute as a visiting faculty member. For over ten years she worked with Arts Wire and the New York Foundation for the Arts to bring artists, arts organizations, arts news, and art information onto the Internet.

In 1993, she was invited to Xerox PARC where she worked in CSL (Computer Science Laboratory) as the first artist in their artist-in-residence program. From 1993-1994, she created one of the first arts websites, Making Art Online, currently hosted on the website of the Walker Art Center. Created on the World Wide Web in 1994, Malloy's L0ve0ne, one of first web-based hyperfictions, was published on Eastgate's Web Workshop in 1995. In the ensuing years, Malloy created a body of new media literature that includes The Roar of Destiny Emanated from the Refrigerator, (1995-1999) Revelations of Secret Surveillance (2004-2006) and the hyperlibretto, The Wedding Celebration of Gunter and Gwen. (2007)

She believes that ideally, print literature and e-literature; sequential literature and hyperfiction; painting and new media; are parallel art forms where writers in each medium understand each other's vision and, as between poetry and fiction, sometimes move with ease between the mediums.

"My work looks at society in multiple ways -- ranging from the bawdy feminist take on office politics in 500 3X5 Cards and Other Stories to the poetic sorrow expressed in Ask for Sanctuary," she states. "For all societies -- from ancient Greek to contemporary times -- the freedom to make art in such diverse ways is of primary importance in the creation of vibrant and lasting cultures."


Featured Authors

Judy Malloy

⇒ Concerto for Narrative Data

John Cayley

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Nick Montfort

⇒ The Purpling

Shawn Rider

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Elizabeth Knipe

⇒ activeReader

Stuart Moulthrop

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