Creative Disturbance
Pioneer Judy Malloy Thinks Aloud about her Role in the Birth of Electronic Literature [ENG]

Art and Technology pioneer Judy Malloy discusses with Roger Malina her work beginning in the mid 1970's when -- inspired by her work on early library databases in the 1960's -- she began to introduce card catalogs into her writing practice as a precursor to hypertext concepts, and then about her use of computers to create electronic literature, beginning in 1986 with "Uncle Roger".

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