Tag: Digital Writing Month

Twelve In ’12

Achievements I finished my PhD. The Journal of Modern Literature accepted a piece of mine. Like This Press accepted my chapbook manuscript. The Kenyon Review Online accepted and published a short story of mine I co-organized a highly successful postgraduate conference in Joyce studies.…

Wrapping Up #DigiWriMo

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Duck Digital Writing One Digital writing can only persist if it is shifted between media as technology shifts. There is a beauty in this ephemerality and changeability. Two What are words? on Prezi Three…

MyFirst(Code Poem);

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <script> function myFunction() { document.getElementById(“poem”).innerHTML=”For all our digitality, our heads will end up here”; } </script> </head> <body> <script> document.write(“<h1>the leaf-gold hair, rotting with autumn / fallen</h1>”); document.write(“<h2>receding skin, the glint of bone, in the cliche…

My Blog in Video Form

My favorite part is the way it pronounces DigiWriMo. _ _ Related articles Digi Makes Appearance at #THATCampHP(hybridpedagogy2012.thatcamp.org) A Penguin, A Duck, A Digital Writing Month(elizabethkateswitaj.net) Small Thanks(elizabethkateswitaj.net) What I Learned from #DigiWriMo’s Novel Experiment(elizabethkateswitaj.net)

Sunday Small Stone 37

umbilical extension cords lie wet & white in wet grass, green & brown trees stand dry beneath their plastic webs protecting lights for the artificial fairyland and its long line tonight