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Selected articles, reviews, and criticism addressing my work.
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Book chapter 2017 - under review Davin Heckman & James O'Sullivan "Electronic Literature: Contexts and Poetics" in Literary Studies in the Digital Age, An Evolving Anthology (MLA), ed. Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens  Article under review at MLA Commons 
Catalogue entry 2017 ELL (Electronic Literature Lab) Electronic Literature Lab, WSU-Vancouver, directed by Dene Grigar Electronic Literature Lab 
Book chapter 2014 Astrid Ensslin "'The Pen is Your Weapon of Choice': Ludic Hypertext Literature and the Play with the Reader," in Literary Gaming, MIT Press MIT Press 
Catalogue entry 2014 Joelle Gauthier The Hypermedia Art and Literature Directory at LE LABORATOIRE DE RECHERCHES SUR LES OEUVRES HYPERMÉDIATIQUES offers a collection of more than 3900 documented works, annotated and classified according to different criteria to simplify research. NT2 Hypermedia Art and Literature Directory 
Review 2014 Catherine Sustana Examining "Custom Orthotics Changed My Life" by Richard Holeton: An Introduction to Presentation Fiction   
Review 2013 Jacqui Pratt Response: "Custom Orthotics Changed My Life" by Richard Holeton Rhetorically Prattling 
Journal article 2013 Davin Heckman "The Politics of Plasticity: Neoliberalism and the Digital Text," Electronic Book Review 2013-02-19 Electronic Book Review 
Journal article 2012 Alice Bell & Jan Alber  "Ontological metalepsis and unnatural narratology." Journal of Narrative Theory (42:2) 2012, 166-92. (2012) Abstract at Project Muse 
Journal article 2011 Alice Bell & Astrid Ensslin "'I know what it was. You know what it was': Second-Person Narration in Hypertext Fiction," Narrative Volume 19, Number 3 Project Muse (requires licensed access) 
Catalogue entry 2011 John Vincler "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid," Electronic Literature Directory, Electronic Literature Organization ELO Electronic Literature Directory 
Book chapter 2011 Alice Bell "Ontological Boundaries and Methodological Leaps: The Significance of Possible Worlds Theory for Hypertext Fiction (and Beyond)." In: B. Thomas and R. Page (eds) New Narratives: Stories and Storytelling in the Digital Age (University of Nebraska Press) Amazon 
Catalogue entry 2011  Eric Dean Rasmussen "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid," ELMCIP (Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice) Electronic Literature Knowledge Base ELMCIP 
Book chapter 2010 Alice Bell "The Colourful Worlds of Richard Holeton's (2001) Figurski at Findhorn on Acid" in The Possible Worlds of Hypertext Fiction (Palgrave Macmillan) Amazon 
Review (capsule) 2008 Daniel E. Schultz "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid" review, Porkopolis.org 09-27-2008. porkopolis.org 
Book chapter 2007 Astrid Ensslin "A Hypertext Canon" in Canonizing Hypertext: Explorations and Constructions (Continuum International Publishing Group) Amazon UK 
Review 2006 Jessica M. Laccetti "Figurski at Findhorn on Acid," Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (RCCS), November 2006 RCCS archive 
Journal article 2004 Daniel Punday Involvement, Interruption, and Inevitability: Melancholy as an Aesthetic Principle in Game Narratives Daniel Punday SubStance Vol. 33, No. 3, Issue 105: Special Issue: Overload (2004), pp. 80-107  
Review 2003 Jeff Parker "The Museum of Hyphenated Media," Electronic Book Review 1-24-2003 EBR 
Magazine article 2002 Andrew Hinderaker "It Has No Beginning, It Has No End: A Novel Approach Plays Havoc with Literary Convention," Stanford Magazine Nov-Dec Stanford Magazine 
Catalogue entry 2001 Mark Bernstein Figurski at Findhorn on Acid Eastgate Systems 
Journal article 1998 Robert Kendall "Minding the Frontier: Teaching Hypertext Poetry and Fiction Online" Kairos 
Journal article 1998 Richard Holeton "Don't Eat the Yellow Hypertext: Notes on Figurski at Findhorn on Acid" Kairos 
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