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Alan Sondheim on Sun, 30 Jul 2006 01:37:00 +0200 (CEST)


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WRYTING-L

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the WRYTING-L change-over will occur
on August 1, 2006. As of that date, WRYTING-L will be hosted at West
Virginia University. The current hosting at University of Toronto and
the current list address will no longer be available. We thank
University of Toronto for its support of the list. The current
subscriber list and archive are already transferred to the new host. The
aim and moderation of the list will be maintained unchanged. The list
moderator will continue to be Alan Sondheim, with additional management
by Sandy Baldwin.

The new list address will be WRYTING-L {AT} listserv.wvu.edu and all
postings must go to that address from August 1, 2006 onward. The online
archive address will be http://listserv.wvu.edu/archives/wryting-l.html.
Please update your booksmarks, address book, and so on. We will re-send
this announcement several times as a reminder to subscribers. We will
also circulate the revised description of WRYTING-L to other lists and
net venues.

- Alan Sondheim and Sandy Baldwin

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The revised description of WRYTING-L is as follows:

As the open spaces of the internet narrow between bureaucracy and
greed, email lists become ever more important. The aim of WRYTING-L is
to maintain a balance between dissemination and conversation, to offer
the possibility of a space of writing not overdetermined by academic
rule, party line or limit of genre. All kinds of writing and discussion
are welcome. The list is run with a minimum of management by Alan
Sondheim and Sandy Baldwin, and is open to all.

WRYTING-L is an email list for theory and writing, focusing on texts
and comments presented by the participants. The list is managed out of
the Center for Literary Computing at the West Virginia University. It is
open to anyone, in or outside the University.  The object is to provide
a forum for writing and theory that may not fit within the confines of a
particular discipline, in recognition of the recent interest in
operating between and across theories and genres in the humanities and
beyond.

We're interested in all sorts of issues - 'avant-garde' pieces,
psychoanalytical, phenomenological, or deconstructive approaches, etc.

Wryting is cross-platform, cross-gender, cross-reason;  it may involve
embodiments of reader and writer, codework and sestinas, abstract
language, the collapse of genre.

If you are working with images, please give a URL; they won't come
through the list. If you are working on an extremely long piece, you
might want to give a URL as well (there is a 500-line limit on every
post).

WRYTING-L stems from the older fiction-of-philosophy list, which
presented work between literature and theory, fiction and poetry,
philosophy and lyric, and so forth. Any discussion and original work is
welcome. To join send the message

"subscribe wryting-l [your email address] [your name]"

without the quotation marks and square brackets to

listserv {AT} listserv.wvu.edu

Alternatively, you can go to the following online subscription screen:

http://listserv.wvu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=wryting-l&A=1

A digest option is available.

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