Abstract

“My Digital Dickinson” is partly a productive misreading of Dickinson in relation to digital technologies and the idea of interface, but it also delves into work by the contemporary digital poets Mary Flanagan and Judd Morrissey/Lori Talley. In addition to reading Dickinson into the present moment and examining her relation to digital poetry today, it foregrounds the ways in which the digital now permeates our reading/writing habits and thus examines the ways in which our current cultural moment may be a productive frame for reading Dickinson.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1096-858X
Print ISSN
1059-6879
Pages
pp. 55-76
Launched on MUSE
2008-11-21
Open Access
No
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