[Air-l] TIR Web//New Issue (April 2002) Available

david silver dsilver at u.washington.edu
Wed Mar 27 09:11:04 PST 2002


Folks,

Interesting new issue of The Iowa Review Web, edited by air-l member Thom
Swiss ...

david

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TIR WEB

A journal of New Media and experimental writing and art published at the
University of Iowa with support from the Department of English and in
collaboration with The International Writing Program and the Iowa Review.

Volume 4, Number 2 (April 2002)

TIR Web:

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/>
 
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NUMBER #2

+ DERVISH FLOWERS

"Dervish Flowers" is a shockwave work by French painter
Nicolas Clauss and composer Jean-Jaques Berge. Elegant and inventive, the
piece responds to the mouse movements of viewers, putting dancers/flowers
in motion. As the dancers are moved 'off-stage,' a new screen and new
dancers replace them.

+ Read "With Their Stories or Without," an interview with Nicolas Clauss.
And view the piece...

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/flyingpuppets/puppets.htm#>

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+ SHELLEY JACKSON: THE INTERVIEW

Shelley Jackson is the author of the classic Patchwork Girl (Eastgate
1995), a hypertext novel. Her story collection, The Melancholy of
Anatomy, has just been published by Anchor Books.

+Read "Of Dolls & Monsters" An Interview with Shelley Jackson, Winter
2002, by Rita Raley

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/jackson/jackson.htm>

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+ WILLIAM POUNDSTONE: WORK AND AN INTERVIEW

William Poundstone is the author of eight books--two of them, The
Recursive Universe and Labyrinths of Reason, were nominated for the
Pulitzer Prize.  Brian Kim Stefans writes: "What is most striking...is
the easy dexterity with which Poundstone negotiates several different
aesthetic traditions... not to mention the developing traditions of web
art itself which he seemed instictively to know how to exploit to create
an unmistakably 'literary' site that, nonetheless, would not have been
done justice in a book."

+Read "An Interview with William Poundstone," by Brian Kim Stefans. View
his "New Digital Emblems."

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/poundstone/poundstone.htm>

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+ POEMS BY  Marjorie Stelmach   FROM THE NEW ISSUE OF THE IOWA REVIEW

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/stelmach/stelmach.htm>

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+ A TALK ABOUT THE ART OF TRANSLATION BY ELIOT WEINBERGER FROM 91°
MERIDIAN, A NEW JOURNAL FROM THE INTERNATIONAL WRITING PROGRAM

<http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/weinberger/weinberger.html>

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TIR Web adds new work every two months.

Coming up: Interviews with Katherine Hayles, Jay David Bolter, and
others. New work by Talan Memmott,  Meikal And, Catlin Fisher, and
others.

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ABOUT:

Publishing electronic literature since 1999, The Iowa Review Web is
well-known for its commitment to new writing.

Starting in 2002, TIR Web expanded. It now includes --along with electronic
literature--other varieties of experimental writing and art. It also
features interviews with innovative writers and New Media artists, as
well as critical articles and essays.

Each issue of TIR Web includes work from both The Iowa Review and 91°
Meridian, published by the International Writing Program at the University
of Iowa.

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The Iowa Review Web: <http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/>
New Media Poetry Conference, Fall 2002: <http://www.uiowa.edu/~iwp/newmedia/>












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