Tag Archives: spring 2013

Hobo Lobo of Hamelin

An Exploration by Andrea Markle  http://hobolobo.net/  The story so far is about how, in the end, you can’t expect money, earned by doing a distasteful –albeit wealthy- job, to lead you anywhere wholesome yet doing what you like will. Hobo Lobo, … Continue reading

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Music sets the Tone

Invention of Love By: Andrey Shushkov / Electric Literature/ YouTube An exploration by  Basmah A. Abdul-Haleem Invention/hard work can’t replace the true meaning of love. A young man has been dating a natural beautiful woman who used to living in … Continue reading

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Collaboration in a Sentence

An Electric Literature Single Sentence Animation – Jonathan Ashley imagines Michael Cunningham An exploration by Alexa Velez   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kwNdbVIiUQ&feature=player_embedded   Writer Michael Cunningham and animator Jonathan Ashley collaborate to create a single sentence animation of one line from Cunningham’s novel … Continue reading

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Let’s Play a Game

   “The Game” by Jack Holt An exploration by Patty Ganzelli http://jackkholt.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/the-game/   The main idea of “The Game” is to present different perspectives to a single bizarre event and allow the reader to draw conclusions of their own.  “The … Continue reading

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Words from Paint

By Kelsie Sandage Link to Words From Paint   This multimedia project is best viewed in full screen. Enjoy this culmination of painting, writing, and online interactivity.

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[an analysis by Evelyn Buchardt] I was drawn to Anne Beatti’s story, “In Amalfi,” because it takes place in a location where I’ve been and love, and more importantly because I identify with the female protagonist’s views. This story is … Continue reading

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The Value of a Life

[an analysis by Lindsey Pittman] Luisa Valenzuela’s “Who, Me a Bum?” follows a bum as he tries to find a place to rest and get warm. First, he is turned away from what is presumed to be a shelter in order … Continue reading

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