Chris Funkhouser: Online publications

in audio practice (Commentaries)
Jacket2 (2014)

Condors’ Polyphony and Jawed Water-lines Catapulted Out: Gnoetry and its Place in Text Processing’s History (with Andrew Klobucar)
Electronic Book Review (2014)

Playing Jackson Mac Low's Piano
Truck (2013)

Funk's SoundBox 2012
Chercher le Texte (2013)

"Sentences / part two"
Cordite Poetry Review (2013)

"The Last Vispo Anthology: Visual Poetry 1998-2008" (Crag Hill and Nico Vassilakis)
Rain Taxi Review of Books

“Live Writing”
Truck (2012)

“Picture Becomes Text, Becomes Writing: Software as Interlocutor" (with Sonny Rae Tempest)
Cordite Poetry Review (2012)

“Players only Love you when they’re Playin’: Community as Algorithm in Programmable Poetics" (with Andrew Klobucar)
Remediating the Social (E-Book, 2012)

“Aya Karpinska and Daniel C. Howe”
Revista Laboratorio 6 (2012)

video interview
Conversations with poets about technology (CAPTA #2, 2012)

recordings (audio and video)
Altered Scale 1 (2012)

review of Digital Art and Meaning (Roberto Simanowski)
Rain Taxi (2012)

Reality Sandwich (2012)

New Directions in Digital Poetry (full-text online until Feb. 2012)
Continuum, 2012

Sunflowers on Quaker Church Road (made with Amy Hufnagel, 2010)
The New River (Fall 2011)

Four poems
Springgun Press 5 (Fall 2011)

Gnoetry Daily Volume 1 (2011)

"The Electronic Manuscript"
Authoring Software (2011)

"Prefacing a new book on E-Poetry"
Jacket 2 (2011)

"On Jackson Mac Low, Stanzas for Iris Lezak"
Jacket 2 (2011)

"Bringing Harry Mathews to PennSound (and you)"
Jacket 2 (2011)

Newark Review 3.0 (2011)

EOAGH 6 (2011)

we sting house
Mad Hatters' Review 12 (2011)

"Mac Low as a Shadow Beatnik: A Reading of Stanzas for Iris Lezak"
Poetry in 1960 (text is forthcoming in Jacket2, 2011)

"trained listener (PoemTalk #35): Bruce Andrews, Moebius" (with Sarah Dowling, Tan Lin, Al Filreis)
podcast series sponsored by the Poetry Foundation, Kelly Writers House, & PennSound

contributor to Blurb (Tan Lin)
Edit Publications, 2010 [.pdf available for download]

"MIDIPoetry Songs"
Authoring Software (2010)

Grammar Girl
Trickhouse (made with Amy Hufnagel, 2010)

Thank You...
Drunken Boat
(made with Amy Hufnagel, 2010)

"On using tools made by comrades"
Netartery: a synthesis of art & ideas (2010)

"Cannibalistic Tendencies in Digital Poetry: Recent Observations and Personal Practices"
Harriet (Poetry Foundation blog) (2009)

"Encapsulating E-Poetry 2009: Some views on contemporary digital poetry"
dichtung-digital (2009)

"Presents: Maria Damon’s textile styling"
Jacket 37 (2009)

"Bionanomedia Expression"
Postmodern Culture 18.3

"On Virtually Disembodied Expression"
Reality Sandwich (2008)

"Digital Poetry: A Look at Generative, Visual, and Interconnected Possibilities in its First Four Decades"
A Companion to Digital Literary Studies (ed. by Siemens and Schreibman)

"The Scope for a Reader: The Poetry of Text Generators"
Reading Digital Literature: Synopses of an US-German Conference (ed. by Roberto Simanowski 2008)

"book review: not a b (pdp remix)"
Trickhouse 1 (2008)

"expansion within Restriction: conviction and poesis in computer poems"
: Exploring relations between creative writing practices and software engineering (NSF Workshop 2008)

"IBM Poetry: Exploring Restriction in Computer Poems"
MACHINE Series, Kelly Writers House, U of Penn

"Le(s) Mange texte(s) : Creative Cannibalism and Digital Poetry"
E-Poetry Proceedings (2007)

[French translation]

"Electronic Literature circa WWW (and Before)"
Electronic Book Review (2007)

"Augusto de Campos, Digital Poetry, and the Anthropophagic Imperative"
Ciberletras (2007)

"Christopher Funkhouser"
poem by David Daniels, featured in HUMANS

“Irregular Solid: John Cayley’s Cybertextually Engineered Digital Poetry”
Entertext 5.3 (2006)

"A Vanguard Projected in Motion: Early Kinetic Poetry in Portuguese"
Sirena: poesia, arte y critica 2 (2005) [you need to have Project Muse access to read this]

"E-Poetry 2003: An International Festival of Digital Poetry"
Hermeneia Research Group (Spain, 2004)

"foracity" and "caprice says..." (see semantic fields memory)
[R-] [R-] [F-] Festival (Germany, 2003)

“LeRoi Jones, Larry Neal, and The Cricket: Jazz and Poets’ Black Fire”
African American Review Vol. 37, Nos. 2-3 (2003)

"Bridge Work: V: WaveSon.nets/Losing L'una"
Electronic Book Review/American Book Review (2003)

"MLA Division of Poetry / Nathaniel Mackey"
Electronic Poetry Center (images, audio files, 2003)

Interview with Chris Funkhouser
CONCINNITAS: Revista do Instituto de Artes da UERJ (2003), Interview by Jorge Luiz Antonio

"Crisis! (Tower Two)"

XCP Streetnotes (2001)

"The Emergence of Cyberpoetry in the 1990's"
trAce Incubation 1 (2000)

"Net time eyebeam: stretching corporeal conduction"
SIGWeb Newsletter (1999)

“Layered Effects in Multiplex Poetry Since Black Mountain”
Transmissions: The Museum of American Poetics (1996)

“Location and Dis—Ghosts: Nathaniel Mackey's Recent Work”
RIF/T Version 2.1 (1994)

"Interview with Cecil Taylor"

A Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris"

"'The House of Poetry...': Recent Noticings"


"Interview with Nathaniel Mackey"

We Press (2004)



from "Boustrophedron"

Purkinge poems in Inter\face

Hurl But Jam (Purkinge)

“Myopic Village” (Purkinge)
RIF/T, Version 3.1 (1995)

Newark Review

Descriptions of an Imaginary Universe (Webmaster, 2000-2007)


We Press

Electronic Poetry Center (Author page)





Purkinge was a poetry performance ensemble that I co-founded with Belle Gironda, Sandy Baldwin and Eric Douglas at SUNY-Albany in the 1990's.