Better with the Sound On; or, The Singularity of Reading and Writing Under Constraint
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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Original versionElectronic Book Review (EBR). 2021.
With a focus on sound elements in the e-literary, Hannah Ackermans insightfully traces the role of accessibility and (dis)ability in electronic literature. Problematizing the universality of electronic literature practices and rewriting the familiar concepts (such as defamiliarization or constraint), she uses the notion of accessibility as a perspective that both proposes inclusive models of electronic literature and helps to understand creative work on a fundamental, material level.