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Book chapter on Eduardo Navas by Claire Taylor

Poesía y poéticas digitales

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DLAC network is pleased to announce that an edited volume containing a chapter by Claire has just been published. Entitled Poéticas y poesías digitales/electrónicas/tecnos/New-Media en América Latina:  Definiciones y exploraciones , the book is edited by Luis Correa-Díaz (The University of Georgia) and Scott Weintraub (The University of New Hampshire).

The twenty essays included in the volume analyze new media poetics in a variety of Latin American countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, and the U.S. Claire’s chapter, entitled  ‘Twitter-poesía y aforismos re-mezclados: Poemita y Minima Moralia Redux de Eduardo Navas’, covers two of Navas’s recent poetical projects and looks at how they engage in experimental re-writings and mash-ups.

The book is published with Ediciones Universidad Central (Bogotá, Colombia) and is available as an open-access e-book, with distribution through a Creative Commons 2.5 license. To download the e-book, please visit the publisher’s website. Ediciones UC recommends reading this e-book with iBook (iOS) or Gidten Reader (Android).



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