Mark Marino

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Mark
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Marino
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Mark C. Marino researches, creates, and teaches writing with an emphasis on emerging media forms.

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Mark C. Marino is a writer and scholar of electronic literature living in Los Angeles.   His scholarly collaborations include 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10  and Reading Project: A Collaborative Analysis of William Poundstone's Project for Tachistoscope {Bottomless Pit}.  His creative works include “a show of hands” (http://hands.literatronica.net), “Living Will,”  and "The Ballad of Workstudy Seth."  His recent work includes Mrs. Wobbles and the Tangerine House, a collection of interactive stories that he is writing with his children.  He is the Director of Communication of the Electronic Literature Organization.  He currently teaches writing at the University of Southern California where he directs the Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab (http://haccslab.com), a collaboratory exploring the explication of computer source code. Mark has been on the Steering Committee of HASTAC since 2013. His portfolio can be found here (http://markcmarino.com).

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ELO 2018 Exhibits and Performances in Montreal

August 11 2018 to August 17 2018
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HASTAC members are invited to the Electronic Literature Organizations Conference in Montreal, and HASTAC, particularly the exhibits and performances, which are open to the public. With this year’s theme Attention à la marche / Mind the Gap, this bilingual event will focus on the unique dynamics of...
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UQAM
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Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018

Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018

January 14 2018 to February 4 2018
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Critical Code Studies Working Group 2018 Jan 15-Feb 5, 2018 Application Deadline (Jan 1) Announcing the 5th biennial Critical Code Studies Working Group , Jan 15-Feb 5, 2018 online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of dialogue and collaborative inquiry that...
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One-Star Reviews Netprov (November 2017)

November 5 2017 to November 29 2017
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We invite you to join in a collaborative hallucination, upending the rating-value system of the Internet, with a creative intervention. This fall's netprov offers a take on the crowdsourcing of value and opportunities to resist and reimagine. Join us for this creative and critical expedition! One-...
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Cooking with Anger (netprov)

April 9 2017 to April 24 2017
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We invite HASTAC to join in a netprov Cooking with Anger, a netprov where you get to cook up a story out of a basket of ingredients. Cooking with Anger April 10-17, 2017 April 18-25 Secondo Piatti http://markcmarino.com/cwa/ To join the feast, just sign up for an account, email Mark, and once you'...
Course: How to Write and Read Fake News

Course: How to Write and Read Fake News

January 19 2017 to February 9 2017
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How to Write and Read Fake News: Journalism in the Age of Trump Co-Digressors: Mark Marino, Talan Memmott Announcing a new, free, online course open to all HASTAC-ers: In the age of the RealFakeDonaldTrump, the fourth estate Journalism has been usurped by a fifth estate, Journullism. In this state...
Thermophiles in Love netprov

Thermophiles in Love netprov

October 30 2016 to November 5 2016
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HASTAC! You are invited to play Thermophiles in Love, which will be featured at the Art Exhibit and Reception on Friday and Saturday evenings of SLSA 2016. We're still looking for teachers interested in having their students join participants from 6 universities. Or play as an individual...
Digital Humanities: Creativity, Collaboration, and Code

Digital Humanities: Creativity, Collaboration, and Code

October 15 2016
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Join three figures within the Digital Humanities for a discussion of their work in digital art, code studies, and cybernetic literature. Their books will be available during the event. This event marks the inauguration of a new Digital Humanities section in our bookstore. About The Speakers Rob...
University Press Books
2430 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
United States
Lessons in Netprov: Collaborative Writing in the Digital Age

Lessons in Netprov: Collaborative Writing in the Digital Age

October 14 2016
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Netprov (networked improvisation narrative) is a new creative writing form created by Rob Wittig and Mark C. Marino. To introduce this form, Wittig and Marino will share some of the early netprovs (#1wknotech, Air-B-N-Me, Monstrous Weather, Occupy MLA, Spedishow), and introduce their forthcoming...
D-Lab, 350 Barrows Hall
Berkeley Center for New Media
Berkeley, CA 94720
United States
2016 Critical Code Studies Working Group

2016 Critical Code Studies Working Group

January 11 2015 to February 7 2015
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CFP 2016 Critical Code Studies Working Group (Jan 2, Jan 11-Feb 7) Critical Code Studies Working Group 2016 Jan 11 t0 Feb 7, 2016 Announcing the 4th biannual Critical Code Studies Working Group, Jan 11-Feb 7, online. CCSWG is the major online think tank for Critical Code Studies, a hub of dialogue...
Collaborative Explorations in the Digital Humanities

Collaborative Explorations in the Digital Humanities

November 20 2015
A Hands-On Workshop and Roundtable on Collaborative Scholarship in the Digital Humanities As the tools and methods of the digital humanities become more specialized, increasingly scholars must turn to collaboration to approach what has commonly been considered solitary tasks, such as reading and...
SCI 104/ SCA 204
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089
United States
I Work For the Web: #IWFW netprov

I Work For the Web: #IWFW netprov

April 6 2015 to April 14 2015
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You are invited to participate in I Work for the Web: a netprov http://robwit.net/iwfw @iworkfortheweb #IWFW April 6-April 13 The " I Work for the Web " campaign wants you to Tweet what it would be like if all your Liking, Following, and Favoriting were your job. But not everyone is a happy little...
Call for Works: Electronic Lit Collection 3

Call for Works: Electronic Lit Collection 3

November 5 2014
Call for Submissions The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) is now seeking submissions and nominations for Volume 3 of the Electronic Literature Collection . ELO was founded in 1999 and has released two collections, in 2006 and 2011. The third volume is slated for publication in 2016 and will...
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CFP: Electronic Literature Off-site Reading MLA 2014 (1/10/14)

CFP: Electronic Literature Off-site Reading MLA 2014 (1/10/14)

January 10 2014
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HASTAC members are invited to submit to and attend this off-site reading at MLA 2014: CALL FOR PERFORMANCES Off-site e-lit reading at MLA Flaxman Library Special Collections Reading Room School of the Art Institute of Chicago Friday, Jan. 10, 8pm Coordinated by Mark C. Marino Carrying on an MLA...
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Chicago, IL 60603
United States
CFP ELO 2014 Hold the Light (12/6; 6/19-21/14)

CFP ELO 2014 Hold the Light (12/6; 6/19-21/14)

Call for Papers
CFP ELO 2014 Hold the Light (12/6; 6/19-21/14) The 2014 Electronic Literature Organization Conference will be held June 19-21, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with sessions on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In conjunction with the three-day conference, there will be a juried...
Milwaukee, WI
United States
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