Welcome to Hyperrhiz, the peer-reviewed online journal specializing in electronic literature, new media criticism and net art.

Hyperrhiz, originally developed as a sister publication of Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge, is an open access journal produced twice-yearly. We also collaborate with Punctum Books on a monograph series, Hyperrhiz Electric. We welcome submissions of electronic literature, new media scholarship and criticism, and reviews of media-related books, exhibitions or blogs. For submission criteria, please read our latest call for papers and our guidelines for submissions.


Currently on Hyperrhiz

Hyperrhiz 21: Buzzademia: Scholarship in the Internet Vernacular (Fall 2019), edited by Anne Cong-Huyen, Kim Brillante Knight and Mark Marino, is live. Featuring artifacts by

  • Anne Cong-Huyen . Kim Brillante Knight
  • Mark C. Marino . Emily McGinn
  • Ben Jahre . Leonardo Flores
  • Adeline Koh . Andrew Carlos
  • Veronica Paredes . Kate Kennelly
  • Zizi Li . Aubrey Bauer
  • Elizabeth Losh . Ben Grosser
  • Olivia Banner . Sarah Whitcomb Laiola
  • Jennifer O’Meara . Dr. Academic Batgirl
  • Amber M. Buck . Liz Owens Boltz
  • Diana Brandon . Davin Heckman
  • Carly A. Kocurek . Allyson Whipple
  • D. Fox Harrell . Jennifer Roth Miller
  • Stephanie Vie . Megan Condis
  • Anastasia Salter . John Murray
  • Situated Critical Race & Media Collective (SCRAM)
  • Jill Walker Rettberg . Katie Manthey
  • Talan Memmott . Hong-An (Ann) Wu
  • Wendy Sung . Juan Llamas-Rodriguez
  • Matt Applegate . Claire Sewell
  • Spencer D. C. Keralis