Reader offer: The Digital Critic
by Review 31
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Here is the book's table of contents in full:
Foreword by Kasia Boddy
Scott Esposito, 'The Upside to Being an Avatar: Critical Communities on the Web'
Jonathon Sturgeon, 'The Oeuvre is the Soul: Confessions of a 21st-Century Hack'
Will Self, 'Isolation, Solitude, Loneliness and the Composition of Long-Form Fiction'
Luke Neima, 'Fragmentation and Aggregation: The Future of Criticism?'
Lauren Elkin, 'The Digital Critic as Public Critic: Open-Source Journals, Paywalls, and the Nature of Criticism'
Robert Barry, 'A Media Of One's Own: The Future of Criticism, in Retrospect'
Joanna Walsh, 'Book Lovers: Literary Necrophilia in the 21st Century'
Louis Bury, 'Topical Criticism and the Cultural Logic of the Quick Take'
Ellen Jones, 'Digital Palimpsesting: Literary Translation Online'
Anna Kiernan, 'Futurebook Critics and Cultural Curators in a Socially Networked Age'
Michael Bhaskar, 'Criticism as Publishing: What Happens When Texts Are Everywhere and Filters Break Down'
Marc Farrant, 'Theory Online: A New Critical Commons?'
Laura Waddell, 'Digital Currency'
Theadora Hawlin, 'The Re-Birth of the Author'
Sara Veale, 'Economics, Exposure, and Ethics in the Digital Age'
Orit Gat, 'The Essay and the Internet'
Russell Bennetts, 'Distracted to Attention: On Digital Reading'