The fall symposium which Toni Magyar (nothing to link to…hint hint) and I have been planning has a date, time, and place now. It will be in the evening on Friday November 30th in McGill Commons at Monmouth University. I will be presenting some of the ideas I am hoping to delve into in my MA thesis, which primarily will hopefully involve a discussion of the evolution of the writerly text and how electronic literature, specifically what Jill Walker-Rettberg has termed distributed narratives, effect literary canons, pedagogy, etc.
I hope people come out to this. Our primary goal is to build a community of English students, both undergrad and graduate, here at Monmouth. We are planning a bigger conference for the spring which will incorporate graduate students, professors, and undergraduates.