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  • An online place.: An interactive poetry/imagery environment.
  • BBC Online Art Zone Poetry: Visual poetry, poetry games, a resident poet as well as audio clips of poets reading their own works from the BBC archives.
  • Cadavre Exquis: Collective game that consists in making random verse from words that are written by different players, unaware of the previous entries.
  • Dajuin Yao: One of the premier Chinese Web artists.
  • Debris: Funny animated and visual poetry and web art by Steve Duffy.
  • Desktop Poetry: A free interactive service that lets you create a poem using a word kit-just like refrigerator magnetic poetry-then send your poem to a friend via e-mail.
  • Dollspace: Poetic and confronting hypermedia hauntings.
  • E-Poetry 2001: 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: electronic book review (ebr) is an online scholarly journal promoting print/screen translations and new modes of critical writing on the Internet.
  • Electronic Poetry Center: E-poetry; radio show LINEbreak; poetics email forum.
  • Flash Poetry: Interactive experimental poetry by David Cammack. Most of these poems are fast to download and require the Flash plug-in.
  • Here Comes the Sun: Explores (un)known locales with poetic text and nontourist pictures. An experiment in communication and texture.
  • Light & Dust Anthology of Poetry: "An ongoing, pluralistic anthology of contemporary poetry. Includes complete out of print books, sub-sites for authors, genres, issues, and interchanges with poets in other countries." Karl Young has put together an excellent look at work you will have a very difficult time finding anywhere else. Most of it is great work that is slightly pre-web. If you take a good look, you can see a bit of the pre-history of cyberspace here. A lot of visual poetry and many thoughtful poetics essays.
  • LimGen: The Limerick Generator: Creates limericks based on the words you provide.
  • Loss Pequeño Glazier: Literary experiments by the mind behind the SUNY Buffalo EPC (Electronic Poetry Center).
  • Lotta Oleröd: Gallery of Flash movies made by artist Lotta Oleröd. Own works and T.S. Elliot's poems animated.
  • Poems that go: A website devoted to unite words, design, music and motion.
  • RE: Words and Works for the Cyber Age: Word and visual works for the Web by German artist and educator Reiner Strasser.
  • Random Poem: Random poetry generator. Part of
  • Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet: 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.
  • Re: The Virtual Affair:, cyber.poetry, by Reiner Strasser and friends
  • React: REaCT is a beautiful artistic experience, based on interaction, response and rectangles. (Honorific Mention in Ars Electronica 1999)
  • Riding the Meridian: ... 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.
  • Snakeskin: Poetry magazine specialized in hypertext and intertext works.
  • Stream of Consciousness: An interactive poetic garden.
  • Sue Thomas: Sue is the director of Trace.
  • TRINPsite: Computer Generated Poetry: Some examples of "computer generated poetry."
  • Talan Memmott: Interesting work mixing image and word and code.
  • Temporary Eponymous Zone: Lee Worden's Home Page. Literary machines, text derangers and textual surrealist games.
  • The Seven By Nine Squares: 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.
  • Towards Earth: A multiple-viewpoint poem about a young woman who dies in an air crash.
  • Trace Online Writing Community: Based in England, this project is quite extensive in its involvement in imaginative writing.
  • Type me, type me not: Experiments in computational typography by Peter Cho at MIT's Aesthetics and Computation department
  • UBU Web: Visual + Concrete + Sound 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.
  • Vispo Langu(im)age: Poetry - New Media: L inks of the Imagination. "Links to literary (in some sense) Web sites."
  • Volumeone: A project dedicated to the exploration of new narrative possibilities using graphic design methodologies as its foundation.
  • 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.
  • An internationally collaborative site devoted to showcasing and furthering the art of the World Wide Web.
  • Wordcircuits: A forum and gallery of hypertextual poetry and fiction.
  • Wr-eye-tings Scratchpad: An online laboratory and workshop for WWWeb-based intermedia, part of the Wr-Eye-Tings listserv and community devoted to experimental, concrete, and hypermedia writing.
  • m9ndfukc: The net art of antiorp=cw4t7abs. Intense and totally involved. Wide ranging knowledge of and experimentation with the medium. Save your work first; it won't crash you, but you might not know how to get out.


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