What I Do

My primary interests lie in electronic literature and digital authorship, and I have been publishing in these areas since 2001. This places me as a participant in the field that is broadly designated “digital humanities,” and in particular as a scholar who is working to define what it means to be an “author” in digital media.

I have a particular interest in the field of digital scholarship and the ways in which new media of publication might transform the humanities. In this role I have not only published digital works but also worked to build an infrastructure for other scholars, as technical editor for the journal Rhizomes, editor of the journal Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures, and coeditor of the digital monograph series Electric Press.

I also work in multimodal composition and electronic literature. Right now I'm experimenting with hand-crafted media objects, including multimodal classroom projects & activities, and physical computing.