Amusements & Useful Devices from K. A. Wisniewski
This week, I am pleased to announce the release of the next issue of Textshop Experiments.
This is especially noteworthy because it’s the first issue featuring guest editors, and–in addition to our editorial board, our contributors, and our readers–I would like to thank Sergio C. Figueiredo & S. Andrew Stowe for their work in collecting and organizing such wonderful new work. I am also grateful to Gregory L. Ulmer, whose work inspired the founding of this publication, who with Darren Tofts contributed an essay to this issue.
You can view this issue here:
Please check out this issue and share widely! I’m always happy to receive comments and feedback, and I will announce the Call for Publications for our next issue in just a few short weeks! Stay tuned!
SERGIO C. FIGUEIREDO & S. ANDREW STOWE
Letter from the Guest Editors
Experimenting with Flash Reason, the H’MMM Disciplines, and Affect in Scattered Media Ecologies
Sergio C. Figueiredo & S. Andrew Stowe
The Weirdness of Rhetoric, The Rhetoric of Weirdness
Beyoncé Writes Skin: The Hermeneutic of Susceptibility and The Gendered, Raced Body in Her Flawless Formation
Get Off the Grid, Get In the Groove: A Phronetic Progymnasma
Ben Lauren, Featuring Bill Hart-Davidson
Get Ready With Me
Edutainment Tonight: The Nightly News as Mixtape
A Post-Production Turn: New Media, New Practice, New Ontology
“The Train is Life” Flash Reason and the Notorious Monster Train in Final Fantasy XIV
1,944 Facts That Explain Why You Can’t Escape The Vast Prison Of Language
OOO, it’s Prey!, or How did they know I always wanted to be a coffee cup?
The Dark Arts: A Post-Truth Progymnasmata
Pulse a Testimonial
What Does Flash Reason Look Like
Ulmerian Bingo Card
Scott D. Sundvall with Sergio C. Figueiredo
Siri: Iris? Vincent Van Gogh and Travis Bickle: Assisted
Gregory L. Ulmer and Darren Tofts