Stephanie Strickland's poem V is the first work of poetry to exist simultaneously in print and on the Web as one work. V: WaveSon.nets/Losing L'una (Penguin 2002) was selected by Brenda Hillman for the Alice Fay Di Castagnola Prize of the Poetry Society of America.

Strickland's print volumes include True North and The Red Virgin. Her hypermedia work includes The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot. As the McEver Chair in Writing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Strickland produced TechnoPoetry Festival 2002. Her website is




Jaishree K. Odin teaches at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Her book To the Other Shore: Lalla's Life and Poetry (Vitasta Pub 1999) is a feminist exploration of the life and thought of the fourteenth-century poet Lalla. She has also written on electronic literature. Her current book-length project, Through the Looking Glass: Technology, Nomadology, and Postmodern
, is a theoretical study of shattered visual metaphors in contemporary literature and art.

Read "Into the space of previously undrawable diagrams": An Interview with Stephanie Strickland by Jaishree Odin

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Read Image and Text in Hypermedia Literature: The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot by Jaishree Odin

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