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Publication Announcements

Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History

Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History, edited by Darren Tofts, Annemarie Jonson, and Alessio Cavallero, is an ambitious new book that looks to literature, science and philosophy for antecedents of the informatic culture of the late 20th and 21st centuries.

Contributors Evelyn Fox Keller, Bruce Mazlish, Mark Dery, Margaret Wertheim, Gregory Ulmer, Donald Theall, Erik Davis, John Sutton, Samuel Umland, Karl Wessel, McKenzie Wark, Damien Broderick, Elizabeth Wilson, Catherine Waldby, Scott McQuire, John Potts, Richard Slaughter, Russell Blackford, and Zoe Sofoulis are all highly acclaimed authors, theoreticians, researchers, and commentators within their respective fields of practice.

Available from Power Publications, University of Sydney, Australia and MIT Press, USA.

Hypermedia Joyce Studies

Announcing the latest issue of Hypermedia Joyce Studies.

As with the previous issues of HJS, this one seeks to bring together work from across the spectrum of Joycean criticism, while maintaining a focus on the increased role played by media technologies in Joyce scholarship. Essays in this volume touch upon subjects ranging from Joycean Hypertext (Donald F. Theall) to Leo Taxil (Gregory Downing), translation (Gerald Parks), and Giacomo Joyce (Fritz Senn, Clare Wallace, M.E. Roughley and Louis Armand).

Available online at <>.


The Winter 2002/03 issue of Variant, the free, independent arts magazine, is available online at <>. This issue includes

  • ○ Noam Chomsky on “Anti-Semitism, Zionism, and the Palestinians”

  • ○ John Beagles and Dave Beech on “Cultural Bulimia”

  • ○ Michael Cropley on “Communities in Resistance”

  • ○ Ian Brotherhood on “Lost in France”

and much more.

PixelPapers 22

PixelPapers 22 is complete and full of good reading, with poems by Lloyd Davies, Carole Lyden, Dawn Bruce, Michael Haig, Sheryl Persson, Tim Wright, Janice M. Bostok, Patricia Prime, Phil Ilton, Frank Faust, Amelia Walker, Rosie Stalker, Jean Frances, Janet Woods, Frances Macaulay Forde, Dan O’Donnell, and Ann Davis; stories by Jen Craig, Jill Baggett, and William Cox; and reviews by Michael Haig and Christopher Mulrooney.

Available online at




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