[-empyre-] electronic poetry v2

-empyre- is please to introduce the second strand for this month on
electronic poetry with Hazel Smith, writer, performer and editor of InfLect.
InfLect is the newly launched peer-reviewed ejournal devoted to creative
multimedia work and innovative writing based at the University of Canberra
Centre for Writing. http://www.ce.canberra.edu.au/inflect/

Hazel will be joined by editorial advisors (and artist/writers) Roger Dean
http://www.australysis.com and Marjorie Luesebrink
http://califia.hispeed.com, also from Electronic Literature Organisation.
As well, invited conrtibutors to the first edition of InFlect, our earlier
guest Canadian Jim Andrews, and Australian writer Jenny Weight - geniwate
http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/~jenny  will continue to consider issues of

A warm welcome in this wuthering weather   (ok im not a poet...)


Hazel Smith works in the areas of poetry, experimental writing,
performance, multi-media work and hypertext, and her web page is at
www.australysis.com. She has published two poetry volumes, the most recent
of which is Keys Round Her Tongue: short prose, poems and performance
texts, Soma Publications, 2000. She has made two CDs of her performance
work, is a member of the multi-media group austraLYSIS, and co-author of
many multimedia and hypermedia works.  From 1991-2001 Hazel was a Senior
Lecturer in the School of English, University of New South Wales. She is
 now Senior Research Fellow in the School of Creative Communication,
University of Canberra, Deputy Director of the University of Canberra
Centre for Writing, and Editor of the multimedia journal InfLect.  She is
co-author, with Roger Dean, of Improvisation, Hypermedia And The ArtsSince
1945, Harwood Academic, 1997, and author of Hyperscapes in the Poetry of
Frank O'Hara: difference, homosexuality, topography, Liverpool University
Press, 2000.

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