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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.)


Electronic Mail and Small-Group FeedbackTextbook ChapterTeaching Writing: Theories and Practices. New York: HarperCollins1994-03-10
Baja for BeginnersTravelStanford Magazine1993-09-15
The Captain's TableTravelStanford Magazine1992-12-10
Books That Made a Difference: "Tristram Shandy"Book ReviewStanford Magazine1992-06-12
Congressional Hearings Spotlight Federal Support for Educational R&DArticleEducational Researcher, January-February 1990, American Educational Research Association1990-01-30
The Annotated Book Jacket Blurbs for "Seduction by Light"Book Review(Review of Al Young) Palo Alto Weekly1989-05-10
A New Voice EmergesBook Review(Review of Ehud Havazelet) Palo Alto Weekly1988-06-08
The Once and Future Queen: Feminism in King Arthur's CourtBook Review(Review of Persia Woolley) Palo Alto Weekly1987-09-09
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Vector: A Thriller in ParadiseBook Review(Review of Rob Swigart) Palo Alto Weekly1987-03-11
AmadeusTheater ReviewPalo Alto Weekly1987-01-14
Family Life in the 80s from a Gay PerspectiveBook Review(Review of David Leavitt) Palo Alto Weekly1986-11-12
Stanford Waits for Godot: Celebrating Samuel Beckett at 80ArticleCover feature, Palo Alto Weekly1986-05-21
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