I ♥ E-Poetry has been nominated for the 2013 Digital Humanities Awards in the “Best DH project for public audiences” category.
Last year, I ♥ E-Poetry competed in 2012 DH Awards and was the first runner up in the “Best DH blog, article, or short publication” category. Back in 2012, the project was a bit different– a blogging performance in which I read an e-poem and wrote about it every day in a minimalist Tumblr designed for serendipitous or serial exploration. But 2013 saw several changes, especially when I concluded Phase 1 on May 2, 2013. Following the guidance offered by my Advisory Board, I moved the site to WordPress, changed its URL to iloveepoetry.com, and started to develop resources for audiences to better access the knowledge base it had become. I also opened it up to collaboration and guest entries with five CFPs, launching Phase Two, which brought in new contributors from around the world. For a detailed recap of the year, read I ♥ E-Poetry: Year Two Retrospective.
If you are new to this resource, read the About page, get to know its team, and explore its menu and sidebars, both of which offer deep access to its over 570 entries. Explore I ♥ E-Poetry and discover our loving obsession with language and how it inhabits digital spaces.
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