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A Little Transmediation Can Be a Dangerous Thing, or What Happened When I Made a Multimedia Poem from an Artist’s Book

Transmediation involves the translation of content from one sign-system (or mode) to another, and the semioticians remind us that modes have different affordances so "the physical form of the literary artifact always affects what the words (and other semiotic components) mean" (Hayles, "Writing Machines," 2002). (Click for more.)

Transcript: A Further Redaction of the Mueller Report

This is a 6-page transcript of the complete non-redacted and uncensored text from my "Further Redaction of the Mueller Report." The text, created by erasure or "blackout" of the Tables of Contents, Introductions, and Executive Summaries of the official Department of Justice Mueller Report, has been edited here only for punctuation and capitalization and contains adult language. Read the hidden story within the text of the Mueller Report summaries. DISCLAIMER: This is a work of fiction, an artistic adaptation of a public document. Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license. (Click anywhere to access.)

In Denial: A Further Redaction of the Mueller Report

[image: Flickr user trendingtopics (modified)] An R-rated "erasure fiction" composed from even-more-redacted or selectively blacked-out pages of the Tables of Contents, Introductions, and Executive Summaries of the Mueller Report. 30-pp PDF. Contains adult language. (Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction—an artistic adaptation of a public document.) Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 (click anywhere to access). #muellerblackout
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