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October 04, 2006

E-poetry 2007

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Call for articles and projects

Every two years, the E-Poetry series of Digital Poetry Festivals constitutes the most important digital literary gathering in the field. Authors and researchers worldwide meet and present their ideas and works. E-Poetry plays an essential role in the emergence of this new literary field, and provides a forum for the circulation of the ideas and the debates that animate it.

The festival has two facets: a university symposium and numerous artistic presentations. The symposium will take place at the Université Paris VIII. It will permit researchers to present their latest research and for artists to premier their newest works. Symposium papers will be published by Hermès Science Publications.

Artistic events will take place at key Parisian venues, providing notable authors the opportunity to present their works to a public curious about new literary and artistic trends employing technology and communication.

You are invited to submit a publishable article for the symposium. Maximum length should be 12 pages (Times New Roman 12). The article can be academic or can present an artistic work. Accepted languages are French and English. Criteria will be posted on Monday, October 2, 2006.
Articles must arrive in Word format via email to philippe.bootz@univ-paris8.fr in their final form by December 10, 2006, at the latest. Works must arrive at the latest April 15, 2006..

Details about criteria for artistic works will be posted on Monday, October 2, 2006. Interactive and/or generative works employing at least some programming are preferred. Works can be in art forms other than computer media, as long as they satisfy the criteria given below.

E-poetry 2007 is organized by:

The Electronic Poetry Center (EPC - SUNY Buffalo)
Le Laboratoire Paragraphe (Université de Paris VIII )

Opening Sunday, May 20. 2007.
Symposium and evening events: from Monday, May 21 to Wednesday, May 23, 2007.

The symposium will take place at the Université de Paris VIII (Saint-Denis), artistic works at le Cube and at Point Ephémère.
Organizers: Loss Pequeño Glazier, Philippe Bootz, Patrick-Henri Burgaud, Jean Clément, Alexandre Gherban

Information regarding the Symposium
Information regarding Works

Posted by luis at October 4, 2006 12:06 PM