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, Electric Press. 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 17: Next Horizons features works from the Electronic Literature Organization 2016 Conference and Media Arts Festival, held in Victoria, Canada, June 10-12 2016.
With essays, works and reviews by
- Caitlin Fisher
- Anastasia Salter
- Stuart Moulthrop
- John Barber
- Guangxu Zhao
- Sandy Baldwin and Rui Torres
- M.D. Coverley and Stephanie Strickland
- Jason Nelson
- Bruno Ministro
- Eddie Lohmeyer
- Penny Florence
And an introduction by Dene Grigar.