The lit-digital interfaces are a species of electronic literature that apply digital technologies to word, sound and image to create an interactive literary experience.
These interfaces combine guided/static elements rooted in authorial intent with multi-media based interactivity, offering users control of the environment in ways that invite them to create their own "texts."
At the heart of these interfaces is an exploration of the dissolution of boundaries between "author" and "reader" and the multiple literary objects that potentially come into existence as meaning travels between the magnetic poles of sender and receiver.
- Matt Mullins
- Darik Hall
- Michael Pounds
Matt Mullins is a writer, musician, experimental filmmaker and multimedia artist. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Mid American Review, Pleiades, Hunger Mountain, Harpur Palate, Descant, Hobart, and a number of other print and online literary journals. Three Ways of the Saw, his debut collection of short stories, is forthcoming from Atticus Books in 2012. Matt teaches creative writing at Ball State University where he is an Emerging Media Fellow at the Center for Media Design. You can also read his occasional blog here.
Darik Hall is a motivated individual with a passion for all things interactive, and a devotion to technical development. As a designer and entrepreneur, he has worked to develop start-up businesses and products such as Distract Chicago, a web management tool for sports & clubs, and now works Garfield at Paws INC as the Manager of Digital Marketing. With a focus on video, web design, 3D gaming and its dissemination to mobile devices, he has a highly logical approach to solving technical problems as well as experience in presenting to and working with all age ranges and skill sets.
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