Well, here's the whole kaboodle, then. My three pieces were:
- Introduction: Post-Print Culture and the Questionable Relevance of Literature
- Digital Communitarianism, The Great Gatsby, and Half-Life
- Epilogue: It's the End of the World as We Know It Again, and I Still Feel Fine
- Gary Chandler on digitization and the renewal of literature!
- Anne DeCusastis on Twine!
- Andrea Grassi on the technology as the intermediary between writer and reader!
- Eric Freeze on a conversation about reading at Heathrow Airport!
- Shalene Gupta on the death of the novel, the rebirth of the novel, and biscuits!
- A Self-Aware Swarm of Bees (Ian Murdock) offers some tips for writers!
- Julienne Isaacs on Walter Ong's Orality and Literacy!
- Taras Tymoshenko on webcomics and new modes of storytelling!
- E. Martin Nolan on hip hop as post-print poetry!
- Chris Curley on publishing's dead, everything sucks, let's keep writing!
In related news, I have a short story called "Katherine" in the new issue of Four Chambers. It's behind a paywall (you have to buy the magazine), but come on, support the arts. The editors have characterized my story as "gnarly," which was indeed what I was going for.