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Hybrid Storyspaces

Editors: Christine Henseler and Debra A. Castillo
VOLUME 9 (spring 2012)


Introduction. Hybrid Storyspaces: Redefining the Critical Enterprise in Twenty-First Century Hispanic Literature
Christine Henseler and Debra A. Castillo

I. Creative Code-Switching

  1. The Bicephalous Writer: The Commingling of the Creative Writer and the Critic in a Single Body
    Jorge Carrión
  2. PostDigitalism in Contemporary Spanish Fiction
    Germán Sierra
  3. Cristina Rivera Garza’s Tweets
    Edmundo Paz Soldán
  4. Enveloping Literature and Other Challenges to the Multimedia Author
    Doménico Chiappe
  5. Twenty Years of Internet Exploration
    Rosina Conde

II. Technologies of Production and Consumption

  1. Topological Time in Proyecto Nocilla [Nocilla Project] and Postpoesía [Post-poetry] (and a brief comment on the Exonovel)
    Agustín Fernández Mallo
  2. Breaking the Code: “Generación Nocilla,” New Technologies, and the Marketing of Literature
    Vicent Moreno
  3. The Art of Seduction: Truth or Fanfiction in the World of Lucia Etxebarria’s Online ‘Friends’ and the Blogosphere
    Virginia Newhall Rademacher   
  4. You'll Never Write Alone: Online Sharing Economy and the New Role of the Reader
    José Enrique Navarro
  5. E-literature in Bytes and in Paper.The Digital Revolution inContemporary Literature from Spain
    Laura Borràs

III. Remixing and Recycling Narrative Bits and Bytes

  1. An Archaeology of Digital Aesthetics: Musical Sampling in Rodrigo Fresán’s “Señales captadas en el corazón de una fiesta”
    J. Andrew Brown
  2. Post-Digital Remixes and Carnavalesque Relinkings: Eduardo Navas’s Goobalization
    Claire Taylor
  3. Voice, Music and the Experience of the Neutral in Martín Rejtman’s Fictions
    Irene Depetris Chauvin
  4. Close Readings of the Historic and Digital Avant-Gardes: An Archeology of Hispanic Kinetic Poetry
    Eduardo Ledesma
  5. The Travelling Texts of Local Content: Following Content Creation, Communication and Dissemination via Internet Platforms in a Brazilian Favela
    Tori Holmes

Afterword: A Bookless Literature?
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Stephanie A. Mueller

Contributors