In the article Tangible expressions of a present poetic in the magazine J2, poet Loss Pequeño Glazier who is director of The Electronic Poetry Center (EPC), reviews the recent E-Poetry 2013 Festival London.
“It (E-Poetry) is not trying to prove that digital literature has a place in the academy or that it is respectable or that it is the form of the future. Such issues tend to work themselves out. E-Poetry is about the continued practice of innovative forms as an ongoing process.”
The article is a very accessible introduction to E-Poetry and the work of the EPC.
The Electronic Poetry Center also has this interesting and informative facebook page.