Writing Practice at the Dawn of the Digital Era
11 Contemporary Poets on writing through the advent of the personal computer and into the arrival of the digital age.
About the Project
CTRL-Shift is an online collection of audio recordings, transcripts, process visualizations, and data analyses broken out from interviews conducted with 11 prominent contemporary American poets from across the United States.
The poets interviewed include: Rae Armantrout, Bruce Beasley, Amy Gerstler, Louise Glück, James McMichael, K. Silem Mohammad, Robert Pinsky, Michael Ryan, Stephanie Strickland, Nance Van Winckel, and Robert Wrigley (below).
The project examines recent changes in writing practices that occurred due to the advent of the computer and the arrival of the digital age and investigates new modes of working with and publishing data from qualitative interview studies.
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We have interview material in a variety of formats for your listening/viewing/reading pleasure
We've also broken the interviews down
and by Icon
by which we mean medium/material/writing practice