Mark Marino produces and critiques chatbots and other new media. His
work on Borges ties in to his recent collaborations with several
Spanish-language critics of new media. "Marginalia" also builds on
his recent critique of annotation systems "Ulysses on Web 2.0,"
forthcoming in James Joyce Quarterly.
His writings include:
12 Easy Lessons To Better Time Travel
He blogs about elit on Writer Response Theory (http://writerresponsetheoy.org/) and
Critical Code Studies (http://criticalcodestudies.com/). He is also the
editor of Bunk Magazine (http://www.bunkmag.com/), an online new media
humor magazine. He is currently working on an adaptive hypertext
novella called "a show of hands" using Literatronica
Marino teaches writing at the University of Southern California. He
has recently been exploring techniques for using Web 2.0 technologies
in the writing classroom, where he also uses his 22 Short Films about
Grammar. (Portfolio: http://markcmarino.com/.)
Mark has recently been appointed Director of Communication and
Secretary for the Electronic Literature Organization.