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Robert Kendall papers, 1990-2010 12 Linear Feet — 5000 Items

Hypertext poet and author; member of the Electronic Literature Organization. Collection includes Kendall's electronic equipment, manuscript drafts of his poetry, and electronic media of published and unpublished poems by Kendall and other hypertext authors. The majority of this collection is closed to research until use copies of electronic media can be made.

Collection includes Kendall's early computers, hard drives, and electronic media, as well as drafts and versions of his writings in paper and electronic formats. Manuscript portion of the collection includes paper drafts of his electronic and print poems and short stories. Also includes software and hardware manuals used to create e-poetry, and electronic publications by other authors, collected by Kendall. The majority of this collection is closed to research until use copies of electronic media can be made.

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Stephanie Strickland papers, 1955-2022 30.5 Linear Feet — 182 Gigabytes

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Stephanie Strickland is a poet and born-digital writer whose works range from paper to interactive websites. She also teaches and serves on the board of the Electronic Literature Organization. Her papers include journals and anthologies featuring Strickland's poetry; TechnoPoetry Festival materials; schoolwork, college, and graduate papers; posters and programs from events; proofs and drafts of her writings; and audio recordings.

The Stephanie Strickland Papers include printed journals and anthologies featuring Strickland's poetry, programs and posters from Strickland's publications and performances; school materials from high school to graduate school; articles and anthologies; electronic media (removed); videotapes; and other miscellaneous materials. There are source materials from works such as Zone : Zero, True North, Sand Soot, and Vniverse; conference programs; journals; and gallery catalogs and other sources used in her work, as well as files, proofs, and drafts from Strickland's V : Vniverse, True North, Zone : Zero, Red Virgin, Give the Body Back, V : WaveSon.nets / Losing L'una, Dragon Logic and other Strickland poems, essays, and compilations. There is a small amount of print correspondence and event material. There is a larger amount of electronic correspondence. Electronic media has been separated from the accession and housed on Duke's electronic records server but has been described in this collection guide. There are several VHS and cassette recordings of interviews with Stephanie Strickland and related to her work.