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February 2011
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Electronic Literature Organization
ISSN: 1932-2011


Laura Borràs

Talan Memmott

Rita Raley

Brian Stefans

Design, Editorial, and Production

Editorial Assistant: Sasha Razor

Thanks to helen DeVinney

Special thanks to Jason Nelson


University of Bergen   Brown University
University of Dundee Pomona College
netpoetic Hermeneia
CPCW Visual Studies Initiative


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A Web and USB Flash Drive Publication

The Electronic Literature Collection Volume Two  has been published on the web and, together with the Electronic Literature Collection Volume One, on USB Flash Drive. This dual publication is intended to allow the volumes to reach the broadest audience possible for reading, classroom use, and sharing on and off the network. 


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The editors and authors have worked to allow this volume of the Collection to be freely shared, non-commercially, between individuals, libraries, and schools, provided that appropriate attribution is maintained and the works are unmodified.
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