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Digital Edition – Online supplement of the Double Fall 2012- Spring 2013 Issues.


DOSSIER

Edited by Scott Rettberg, Leonardo Flores and Juan Pablo Plata.
Managing Editor: Mari Gomez.
IT development: Michelle Thomas.
Chair of the Creative Writing Deparment at UTEP :Benjamin Alire Saenz.
Rio Grande Review Advisor: Rosa Alcala.

 
(Bilingual)
By Juan Pablo Plata


By Scott Rettberg


By Leonardo Flores


By Leonardo Flores 

 WORKS

Loraine by Jago Molinet
Loraine by Julio
(Jago) Molinet & Carlos Tellez.


Visual Poetry by Carlos Villegas
Visual Poetry by
Carlos Villegas


About a Bee by Eric Lemay
About a Bee by
Eric Lemay


18 Cadence by Aaron Reed
18 Cadence by
Aaron Reed


I am not [] Enough by Matt Mullins
I am not [] Enough by
Matt Mullins


BLX LAX by Elvia Wilk
BLX LAX by
Elvia Wilk


Rose Ceremony by Elivia Wlik
Rose Ceremony by Elvia Wilk

Haiku by Nanette Wylde
Haiku by
Nanette Wylde


LA Flood by A.A. (Collective)
LA Flood by
A.A. (Collective)


Disaster writ small and cosmic by Jason Nelson
Disaster writ small and cosmic by Jason Nelson


BIO NOTES 

Editors 

Scott Rettberg
A Chicago native who now lives in Norway. He writes, and writes about new media and electronic literature. Rettberg is the cofounder of the Electronic Literature Organization and currently project leader of the HERA-funded ELMCIP project. He is an associate professor of digital culture at the University of Bergen, and is the proud father of Jessica Ann and Benjamin Scott Rettberg. More info at http://retts.net/ 

Leonardo Flores 
Leonardo Flores is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico: Mayagüez Campus and a 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen. His research areas are electronic literature, poetry, and digital preservation of first generation electronic objects. He is the writer and editor of a scholarly blogging project titled I ♥ E-Poetry (www.iloveepoetry.com) in which he has reviewed over 500 works of electronic literature. For more information on his current work, visit www.blogs.uprm.edu/flores/

Juan Pablo Plata
From Bogotá, Colombia. He is a second year student at the University of Texas at El Paso´s Creative Writing Program. MFA. He suffers from Montano's Malady and Boswell sickness. Published books: Umpalá anthology (2006), Señales de ruta (Anthology of colombian short stories. 2008 & Ebook 2012) and El corazón habitado. Últimos cuentos de amor en Colombia (Anthology of colombian short-stories made in Spain. Algaida, 2010) Personal blog www.lamovidaliteraria.blogspot.com 

Authors

Carlos Alberto Villegas Uribe. From Calarca, Quindio, Colombia. Artist, writer and cultural promoter. He has a degree in Education  and  in Educational Communication. He is a MFA candidate at UTEP.

Julio (Jago) Molinet is an award-winning videographer, poet, journalist, editor, photographer, and radio and television producer, living in El Paso, Texas. A native son of Cuba, Molinet has received numerous awards including the National Television Festival reporting award in La Habana (2008); the Union of Cuban Writers and Artists award for directing, script-writing, photography and editing (2007); and the national prize for poetry (Cuba). He completed undergraduate and graduate work in communication, journalism, and economics. Julio is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). He is a MFA candidate at UTEP.

Eric Lemay. He has two books, a collection of poetry, The One in the Many, and work of nonfiction, Immortal Milk, which recently came out from Simon & Schuster. His writing has appeared in The Paris Review, The Harvard Review, The Nation, and other magazines.  He is currently on the creative writing faculty at Ohio University and serves as the Web Editor for Alimentum: The Literature of Food and an Associate Editor for the New Ohio Review.  His electronic literature has appeared in Drunken Boat, The New River, DIAGRAM, and other venues. 

Aaron A. Reed.  A writer, programmer, student, and teacher of interactive narrative. His work has been featured in the Electronic Literature Collection, the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, and at indie game venues from Slamdance, IndieCade, and IGF (Independent Games Festival). Aaron graduated from the Digital Arts & New Media MFA program at UC Santa Cruz in 2011, and is currently pursuing a PhD in computer science with the Expressive Intelligence Studio, also at UCSC. 

Matt Mullins. A writer, musician, experimental filmmaker and multimedia artist. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Mid American Review, Pleiades, Hunger Mountain, Harpur Palate, Descant, Hobart, and a number of other print and online literary journals. His videopoetry has been screened at national and international conferences and film festivals, and his experiments in interactive literature have recently been published in The New River. He is the author of a collection of short stories, Three Ways of the Saw, published by Atticus Books. Matt teaches creative writing at Ball State University where he is an Emerging Media Fellow at the Center for Media Design.

Elvia Wilk. (1989) She is a writer based in Berlin. Her poetry has been published in various digital and print formats, in publications including Sand Journal,Cluster Mag, Tropic of Conversation, Marco Polo, and Broken Toujours. She has exhibited digital works and performed writing experiments in various venues, most recently in Sur le Montaigne Gallery and L’atelier Kunst(spiel)raum in Berlin, and she produces a process-based poetry publication called EADERS DIGEST. Stall, a chapbook made in a collaboration with Shane Anderson, has just been released from KTBAFC Press.

Nanette Wylde is an artist, writer and cultural worker making socially reflective, language-based works generally of hybrid media. Wylde has a BA in Behavioral Science from San Jose State University. Her MFA is in Interactive Multimedia from Ohio State University. She is Professor of Art & Art History at California State University, Chico where she developed and heads the Digital Media/Electronic Arts Program. Her interests include: language, personality, difference, beliefs, systems, ideas, movement, reflection, identity, perceptions, structures, stories, socialization, definitions, context, memory, experience, change, and residue.

Jason Nelson. Please visit www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Nelson

For complete credits of LA Flood please visit www.laflood.citychaos.com/credits